In this series of essays, Roger Kimball, managing editor of the New Criterion and an art critic for the London Spectator, examines the current art scene with a scathing intelligence and a crystalline eloquence of writing style. Particularly amusing are his dissections of art-show catalogspeak.More
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A wonderful eye opener
Painters, writers and critics should read it.
Yes, but only to profesionals. Not a light reading.
A Painted House, Thomas Wolff. This is of course is a drier form, maybe more serious and laking the sence of humor Wolff delights us
Even so, for a professional painter, its really a fantastic book
When he says that the person who unvoluntary clanes up the mess leaved by Damien Hirst must be the best curator ever
Hearing about Diebenkorn, he was my teacher long long time ago in California .
I am chilean, and it was my luck to be in the riht place at the right moment
For a book that is directed not for a massive public, this is really a delight from beginning to end