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Summer Session – Resolutions: Task Force on the Use of Human and Animal Subjects in Art

Art Orienté objet. Que le cheval vive en moi (May the Horse Live in Me), 2011 (performance still); performed at Kapelica Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Our final Summer Session is going Back to School, and in addition to exploring pedagogy and education in the arts, we are also providing resources for art practices and education within institutional forms. Today we bring you a resolution passed by the College Art Association on the use of human and animal subjects in art, which outlines the association’s findings on using living subjects within an artistic[…..]

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L.A. Expanded: Notes from the West Coast A weekly column by Catherine Wagley In 1983, art historian T.J. Clark delivered his paper, “More on the Differences Between Comrade Greenberg and Ourselves” at the Vancouver conference, Modernism and Modernity. Clement Greenberg, the critic who named kitsch “the epitome of all that is spurious” and had a Pollock hanging in his bathroom, was in the audience. I[…..]