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“Untitled (Portrait of Hermine Käsebier),” ca. 1896, platinum, 7 x 5 in

Gertrude Kasebier and Fatimah Tuggar explore new ways of conceptualizing reality at the University of Delaware Museums

—Maeve’s trip to Newark, DE, unearths two interesting exhibits on the campus of the state’s big university.–the artblog editors—————->A treasure often enjoyed exclusively by University of Delaware staff and students, the UD Museums offer an enriching selection of diverse, well-curated exhibitions that is well worth the trek down to Newark. Of the three museums, the Mechanical Hall and Old College Galleries (including Old College West) focus primarily on the visual arts, while the Mineralogical Museum is dedicated to geological specimens.  This review covers exhibits at two of the three museums. Gertrude Käsebier’s Ground-Breaking Innovations in Photography The Old College Gallery houses some ... More » »

Photo Review’s annual auction–we were there

We constantly get hit up to write about all the auction/fundraisers out there (we rarely do; it’s all you’d end up reading here if we covered them in a serious way).