manpodcast:

With “Visions of Arcadia” opening tomorrow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, I’ve been busying myself with the inevitable parlor game: Sure, the show is stuffed with superstar artists such as Cezanne, Matisse, Gauguin and Picasso, but what did curator Joseph Rishel leave out? What could have been in the show? 
Over on Modern Art Notes, I shared some ‘proposed inclusions,’ from the obvious Manet to this Rineke Dijkstra… which is included in the SFMOMA/Guggenheim survey of Dijkstra’s work that opens in New York on June 29. 
Download this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast, which features ‘Arcadia’ curator Joseph Rishel, here. Subscribe via iTunes here. Subscribe to the RSS feed here. See images of artworks discussed on the program.
Image: Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 19, 2005, 2005.

manpodcast:

With “Visions of Arcadia” opening tomorrow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, I’ve been busying myself with the inevitable parlor game: Sure, the show is stuffed with superstar artists such as Cezanne, Matisse, Gauguin and Picasso, but what did curator Joseph Rishel leave out? What could have been in the show? 

Over on Modern Art Notes, I shared some ‘proposed inclusions,’ from the obvious Manet to this Rineke Dijkstra… which is included in the SFMOMA/Guggenheim survey of Dijkstra’s work that opens in New York on June 29. 

Download this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast, which features ‘Arcadia’ curator Joseph Rishel, here. Subscribe via iTunes here. Subscribe to the RSS feed here. See images of artworks discussed on the program.

Image: Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 19, 2005, 2005.