Research Mysteries from Quarantine

Part Two

By Jeff Katzin, Curatorial Fellow

If you missed Part One, read it here.

When I let my mind drift towards broad questions about art, the issues are usually subjective: What makes a work of art beautiful? How can we balance awareness of artistic tradition with a true openness to new ideas? How can artists best communicate truths that are deeply personal? Questions like these are nuanced and exciting, but on occasion it’s a nice change of pace to delve into more objective issues; classic journalistic…

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