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Welcome to this refreshed issue of Cassone , with 11 new aricles and reviews for May.
Bi-monthly the entire content of the magazine changes, but in the intervening months we refresh the site with appraisals of current exhibitions, articles, features and reviews which we think are timely. And remember, Art News gets added to on an almost daily basis, as we are told of more events and happenings in the worldwide art world.
In this issue Julian Freeman reviews The Royal Academy’s first ever exhibition of George Bellows’ work in Britain, while Stephen Bury covers Wait, Later this will be Nothing: Editions by Dieter Roth at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and Victoria Keller writes on the photography exhibition, Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light also at MoMA New York.
Jenny Kingsley visited The Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons in London, which she says...
Besides our many articles, exhibition reviews and interviews, Cassone publishes a wide variety of book reviews. No specialist knowledge is necessary to read our book reviews. They are written to inform, interest and entertain all our readers. We divide the books themselves into three categories, colour coded in each review.
Green: A book for the art lover who wants to know more about an artist, movement or period.
Orange: A more detailed and scholarly account for undergraduate humanities students or those seeking a deeper level of understanding.
Red: A very scholarly, more technical book aimed at academics and postgraduate researchers.
See the bars at the top of every book review.