Category Archives: Academic Articles

The New Republic – Projekt ’74, Cologne

Kenneth Evett on art Projekt ’74: Cologne When the venerable Biennale de Ven­ezia temporarily collapsed under the pressures of inflation, installation prob­lems and Italianate dissensions, Pro­jekt ’74, though not planned to do so, became for this summer the main Euro­pean showplace for a display of the latest art models produced in the auto­mobile-enslaved societies of […]

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Norman Daly at Cornell: Art in America-1972

Thomas W. Leavitt Art in America March-April 1972 Norman Daly at Cornell Recently “excavated” artifacts, ritual objects, architectural fragments, scientific instruments as well as poetry chants from the strange culture of Llhuros are featured in an exhibition at the Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art at Cornell University. The display consists of over one hundred […]

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The New Republic -1972

Kenneth Evett on Art The Civilization of Llhuros February 12, 1972 Norman Daly is the artist. The show is called “The Civilization of Llhuros.” It begins as a spoof of almost everything current in art and anthropology and it ends, possibly, as high art. “The Civilization of Llhuros” opened recently at Cornell’s Andrew Dickson White […]

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Look for the Red Layer

Robert Ascher Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology Cornell University, 1972 Look for the red layer under the blacktop parking lot in the shopping plaza.Lord Carnarvon had financed the search for Tut, the teenage Egyptian Pharaoh. He was there when the tomb was opened, and he was one of the first to view its contents. Several […]

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