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Mondrian, "Fox Trot, Lozenge Composition with Three Black Lines," 1929.

Composition with Black Lines

What is the nature of truth in looking, in criticism, in anything? How do we know? And how do we see? From Martin Buber to the Hadith via Mondrian with Will Heinrich. Continue reading

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Cannonball!

Notes From Bovina: Shock and Awe

How does a poet and art critic, that would be Peter Schjeldahl perhaps the shyest man on earth, become a pyro? Jennifer Kabat finds out in Bovina, NY. Continue reading

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