New at Arteidolia, a piece on Andre Breton, Alberto Giacometti, and mysterious objects found in flea markets.
Photograph of detail of Giacometti’s Invisible Object by David Cowhig.
On Arteidolia, a new piece on urban landscapes and waking dreams. In collaboration with Randee Silv’s images.
Photography by Randee Silv.
New in Arteidolia, The World and Its Double, an essay with accompanying images by Randee Silv.
In Arteidolia, a new piece that takes another look at the mature sculptures of Alberto Giacometti.
In Arteidolia, some reflections on Giorgio de Chirico’s painting The Enigma of the Hour. It’s fascinated me for years; in the essay I try to understand what it is about it that feels so compelling.
Many of us know Brian Olewnick as a perceptive writer on music, but he’s a visual artist as well. For Arteidolia, I’ve written a piece about some of the paintings and drawings he’s done of simple objects–which maybe aren’t so simple after all.