The artist’s use of color adds depth and complexity to what is fundamentally simple line work.
The French philosopher and literary critic Roland Barthes developed an extension of Saussure’s semiotics that he aptly called mythology, where strictly speaking ‘-ology’ means ‘study of’ rather than ‘collection.’ For Barthes, the semiological system of […]
It’s true that much of the world is ridiculous. I think most people would agree with that. However, in their agreement they would be wrong. This is because at the moment of utterance, the cynical […]
Vladimir Kush (b. 1968) is a Russian painter who emigrated to Hawaii in 1990 and since opened galleries there and in Las Vegas and Laguna Beach. Working primarily in oil, his paintings are surrealist, investigating […]
This four-and-a-half-inch-tall terracotta sculpture was a product of the late stone-age “Hamangia culture” of present-day Romania and dates to approximately 5,000 BCE. Most of the extant art of the era depicts hunting or fertility, but […]
It seems to me, fantasy should be as close as possible to journalism. The right word is not “banalizing”, although in fact a little of this is involved. Rather, I mean that the effectiveness of […]