Category Archives: Politics

>When Art and Values Clash

> Searching for Time, Infrared photograph, (c)2008 Jeane Vogel 24×30, $325 matted It was bound to happen. I meet a lot of people at art fairs and we basically have one thing in common: we both like my art! Or … Continue reading

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>An Amazing Thing Happened Today

> Got Game, (c) 2004 By Jeane Vogel22×30, $350 Girls Want to Play, from the What Girls Want series, (c) 2005, Jeane Vogel22×30, $350 An amazing thing happened today — Mamie “Peanut” Johnson was drafted by the Washington Nationals. This … Continue reading

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>Neil Young is Feeling Bad

>Neil Young is in a funk. Last week he announced that music can’t change the world and we were silly to think it could. Here’s what he said: “I think that the time when music could change the world is … Continue reading

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>A Civil Rights Protest — at an Art Fair!

>Politics and art mix all the time at art fairs — but generally it’s about who knows the director and gets the best spot. Civil rights don’t come up very often, unless you’re honest enough to notice that they’re aren’t … Continue reading

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