“Hippias Minor is such a handy introduction to Socrates as a personality, to this method of argumentation, to the culture of Athens where you have all these hot-shot foreign speakers like Hippias coming in and making the intellectual fermentation even stronger.”
William Katavolos’s career as an avant-gardist spans 60 years, culminating in his ongoing research into aquatecture, or liquid architecture. Colleague Deborah Gans places his vision within the trajectory of architectural history.
Portraiture is about many things: how the subject relates to the photographer or painter, and where the subject’s gaze lies.
This First Proof contains the poem “Persistence of Vision: After Herakleitos.”
Early second-century Roman marble sculpture.
David Salle and Georgia Marsh touch upon the lines drawn between pornography and eroticism, penetration and degradation, and the “tender gesture” of drawing.
Drawings of three temporary sculptures with schemata for fireworks created in 1653 by Carlo Rainaldi.