September 25, 2009

A&E Papers and News

Art & Education
Frame from Petra Cortright, hands 1, 2008, Animated GIF
Eric M. Wolf

Also, Stephanie Cotela Tanner compares the films of Roberto Rossellini with the art of Renato Guttuso; Sally McKay considers three artists who employ animated GIFs; and Vittoria Martini writes on the history of the Giardini and its role in the Venice Biennale, in a text reprinted from Muntadas/On Translation: I Giardini (2005).

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