by Osman Can Yerebakan
NOV 2018 | ArtSeen
The word “life” is a fine title for any exhibition because, in the end, isn’t everything surrounding us simply life? But in the case of Gillian Wearing’s Life, which is the largest exhibition of the artist’s work by a U.S. institution, it proves to be a perfectly fitting title right from the beginning.
by Jamison Pfeifer
JUNE 2019 | Music
Sometime around 1914, the American composer Charles Ives outlined a daily schedule for life at his Redding, Connecticut home in a diary called Our Book that he shared with his wife, Harmony. By 6:30 am, Ives was up & at them, followed by chores and then a quarter-of-an-hour playing Bach.