Upon a visit to the Met, a Nass writer considers the notion of experiencing art without analyzing it.
by David Chmielewski on October 10, 2021October 9, 2021
by Emma Mohrmann on October 10, 2021October 9, 2021
A photo essay as a chronicle of decay.
by Emma Mohrmann on April 25, 2021April 24, 2021
In which a Nass writer celebrates the work of prominent surrealist Leonara Carrington.
by Abigail Glickman on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
A Nass writer tackles trains, Monet, and a haunting feeling of passivity.
by Sam Bisno on February 28, 2021February 28, 2021
“It’s not the calm before the storm, but the cohabitation of serenity and calamity. It captures the future’s grasp on the present; anxiety is in the very air.”
by Pat Macdonald on February 21, 2021February 21, 2021
Where a Nass writer considers how a new art museum might reconsider values of equity and inclusion.
by Anika Khakoo on February 14, 2021February 14, 2021
A review of Through the Eye of a Needle, a sculpture exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
by Anika Khakoo on November 1, 2020November 2, 2020
A consideration of a modern reimagining of an ancient play
by Mika Hyman on March 8, 2020March 7, 2020
“The Wyeth saga began with N.C.: a maverick unimpressed by his industrializing world who became infatuated instead with adventure, romance, and old America––back when the connection between humanity and nature was more immediate.”
by Pat Macdonald on December 8, 2019December 8, 2019
“As I sat on the bench in the center of the exhibition room, dwarfed by the mammoth panels of the tryptic, I considered my reaction.”
by Tara Shirazi on November 24, 2019
Brief descriptions of artistic objects you walk past on Princeton’s campus.
by Alex Jacobson, Andrew White, Mina Quesen, Serena Alagappan, Tess Solomon on November 17, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?