Slow Art: Looking Long and Hard in the Age of Instant Everything | Fullerton Hall, Art Institute of Chicago | Chicago Humanities Festival | Chicago Reader

Slow Art: Looking Long and Hard in the Age of Instant Everything Agenda Recommended

When: Sat., Nov. 12 2016

Most people, when they see a painting for the first time, spend a few seconds appreciating the artwork and move on. When Arden Reed, a professor of English at Pomona College, saw Édouard Manet's Young Lady in 1866 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan for the first time, in the year 2000, he ended up thinking about it for eight years. Continue reading >>

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