Posts Tagged ‘Gertrude Stein’
June 20, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
May 14, 2013 | by Yevgeniya Traps
“Civilization,” Gertrude Stein says, “begins with a rose.” And also: “It continues with blooming and it fastens clearly upon excellent examples.”
You understand what she means when you stand before Jay DeFeo’s massive painting The Rose, a two-ton, twelve-feet-tall canvas sculpted in oil, wood, and mica, a bold burst of grisaille. At the Whitney Museum of Art, where the work is part of the permanent collection, it hangs like an altarpiece, the focal point of a retrospective of DeFeo’s art. Read More »
January 23, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
January 1, 2013 | by Jessie Gaynor
We’re out this week, but we’re re-posting some of our favorite pieces from 2012 while we’re away. We hope you enjoy—and have a happy New Year!
October 26, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
- Hemingway sent this postcard to Gertrude Stein from Spain in 1924.
- A new version of “A Visit from Saint Nicholas” has removed all references to Santa’s pipe.
- Just when you think you are too jaded to enjoy any more book arts and crafts … this.
- Happy Saint Crispin’s Day.
- Jonathan Franzen’s essay “House for Sale” has been adapted into a play and opened off-Broadway this week.
- Marilyn Monroe’s bookshelf.