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"Review: Landfall Press: Five Decades by
Published on the occasion of an exhibition in Milwaukee, Thomas Cvikota's publication chronicles five decades of Landfall Press's fine art publishing achievements, as recounted in interview format by its founder/owner Jack Lemon. Supplemented by extensive photographic documentation, images of the prints themselves, and a useful checklist of projects executed at Landfall, this in-depth case study offers a vivid portrait of a remarkable career, descriptive inserts of innovative printmaking techniques, and a deeper historical understanding of contemporary printmaking's development in America.
"Review: Goya (Fondation Beyeler exhibition and catalog)
Martin Schwander et al.."
College Art Association (CAA)
In the latter part of 2021, the Beyeler Foundation in Basel mounted the most important retrospective exhibition on Goya in recent decades. Curated by Martin Schwander—who is also the editor of the catalog—and developed by Isabela Mora and Sam Keller in collaboration with the Prado Museum, it gathered 181 Goya works, including seventy-seven paintings, fifty-three prints, and fifty-one drawings. It was a unique opportunity for those able to attend the fully booked exhibition, since many of the works have rarely been shown outside of Spain, and many come from private collections.
"Review: The Deaths of Henri Regnault by
The French academic painter Henri Regnault’s life and legacy straddles two eras. He practiced his art during the liberal regime of the Second Empire, but died during the Franco-Prussian war, to have his history written during the Third Republic’s “moral order”. Written during the “law and order” climate of the Trump Administration, this review questions the effectiveness and relevance of the strategies used to write this account of Regnault’s life.
"Review: Art and Miracle in Renaissance Tuscany
The Burlington Magazine
"Review: Paul Coldwell: Picturing The Invisible (Exhibition) by
IMPACT Printmaking Journal
, Jan Piet Filedt Kok.
"Review: The New Hollstein Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts 1450-1700: Rembrandt (7 vols.)
Erik Hinterding and Jaco Rutgers."
"Review: Transporting Visions: The Movement of Images in Early America by
Journal of American Studies
"Review: Distinguished Images: Prints and the Visual Economy in Nineteenth-Century France
The Burlington Magazine