Recent Findings

Just as our friends and colleagues cannot be expected to keep up with all that fills our lives, so it is with art that gets buried by all that follows it. Things are set aside and, ultimately, forgotten. Later, some of these things appear to re-appear, and we get to celebrate and to rewrite history.

http://artobserved.com/2010/09/ao-news-summary-madrid-breugels-41st-painting-one-of-his-largest-discovered-at-prado-museum/

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/17/arts/music/17jazz.html?ref=music

If you’ve been following the history of photography (or this blawwg), you already know that this is the point of this post:

http://museum.icp.org/mexican_suitcase/

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