A collector’s tableau at the Newark Museum

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I saw this installation in the permanent collection galleries at the Newark Museum this past weekend. I thought it was an interesting way for the curator to present three items from the collection, because they’re set up in a tableau as if they were being viewed in a collector’s home rather than in a museum. […]

Eye motif reminds me of Paul Klee

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Here’s another favorite item seen at yesterday’s “Field + Supply,” which was billed as a “modern makers craft fair.” These ceramic cups (below left) are from the Matthew Ward Studio, which is based in Brooklyn, NY. I think what attracted me to these specific pieces was the eye motif, which reminds me of Paul Klee’s […]