Art In America

Rematerializing Photography

Five Americans––Christopher Colville, Klea McKenna, Matthew Brandt, Farrah Karapetian, and Chris McCaw––are among a sizable contingent of artists who produce striking aesthetic effects with photographic methods that are deliberately slow, antiquated,...

The Task of Art

Three exhibitions marking the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s “95 Theses” celebrate the bold, sometimes ruthless monk who helped launch both the Protestant Reformation and a new stripped-down style of art.

From the Archives: Dürer and the Lutheran Image

The best of Dürer's late portraits apotheosize a group of leading converts to the Reformation in Germany, all close to Luther himself as well as to the artist. In a radically simplified style, Dürer achieves a synthesis of likeness and intense...

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