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Artist Robert Morris Talks About His Beginnings in New York

I wanted to stuff time back into the objects I was making with me hands. — Robert Morris The New York Public Library hosted an evening event recently, one in their artist dialogue series, that featured the renowned American artist Robert Morris in conversation with Julia Robinson, Assistant Professor of

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Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980s

The 80s were tumultuous times. The AIDS crisis brought about the ominous feeling of the end of times, while feminism and movements for social justice challenged tradition and opened possibilities for new relationships between races and genders. The 80s ushered in a new era of conservative politics and postmodern ideas,

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Andy Warhol, Yale Press-Style

Yale University Press celebrated Andy Warhol’s birthday earlier this month by trying out The Andy Warhol Museum’s D.I.Y. POP app on our staff. The app takes its inspiration from what Arthur C. Danto calls “the Warhol aesthetic” in his Andy Warhol, part of YUP’s Icons of America series. Warhol was

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