As we’ve all been settling into out new at-home and online routines at SVA, the art world has been grappling with the slew of challenges the coronavirus is creating for artists, galleries, museums, and the art market. As part of this, there’s been some thoughtful and pointed writing from critics on where we’re all headed. Today’s post presents two examples forwarded to us by members of the VCS community.
Earlier this week, SVA Honors Program Director Jeremy Cohan sent us a recent New York Times article about art during and after the pandemic that we thought was worth sharing (click on the image below to read it):
And VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff followed up with a link to the following piece, also from The New York Times: