An overview of an extraordinary art exhibition, and its 30 contributors.
Month: January 2016
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An established sculptor, a maker of stained glass, one who has truly vanished, and a successful industrialist and patron.
Japanese woodblock prints are usually termed ukiyo-e, but ukiyo originally meant ‘this world of sorrow and grief’. How did they get their name?
How to inspect and change them, in the Finder and the command line.
Painting is one of the oldest and most widely-accessible media for narrative. But narrative painting is also one of the least studied.
What is Apple’s dark secret about OS X 10.11.3? Or was it just a failure in documentation?
Amazingly, Adobe is still updating its venerable Flash Player: version 22.214.171.1246 is now available from here, and promises […]
The update was over 600 MB: here is a fuller list of what it actually updated.
Most narrative is synchronous, structured by the march of time. There are exceptions, though.