NYTimes: Old Eyes and New

“Art as history: much of what the world knows about the last 1,000 years it has learned from artists. Visual artists have always been intentional chronicle

“Art as history: much of what the world knows about the last 1,000 years it has learned from artists. Visual artists have always been intentional chroniclers. They have also been unintentional historians, showing us through their art the intimate details of life long ago. The goal of this special issue, the fourth of six that reflect on the last 1,000 years, is to give history back to artists. We asked an array of recognized artists from around the world to reimagine milestone moments of the past millennium. Taken together, their work forms a modern time line, a way of seeing distant history through new eyes.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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