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False Attributions Have Beleaguered Tintoretto’s Reputation. Three New Museum Shows Hope to Change That

My article “False Attributions Have Beleaguered Tintoretto’s Reputation. Three New Museum Shows Hope to Change That” appears in artnet. Several works at the three Tintoretto shows at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, feature corrected attributions.

‘The Prophet,’ ‘10 Commandments’ and other religious works enter public domain

My article “‘The Prophet,’ ’10 Commandments’ and other religious works enter public domain” appears in Religion News Service (RNS).

Jews of African descent ‘unnerved’ by comparisons to viral video group

My article “Jews of African descent ‘unnerved’ by comparisons to viral video group” appears in Religion News Service.

‘We’re All in Freefall’: Museum Workers Scramble for Cash Amid the Longest U.S. Government Shutdown in History

My article “‘‘We’re All in Freefall’: Museum Workers Scramble for Cash Amid the Longest US Government Shutdown in History” appears in artnet.

Pakistani-American painter Ambreen Butt imbues traditional miniatures with timely social criticism

My article “Pakistani-American painter Ambreen Butt imbues traditional miniatures with timely social criticism” appears in The Art Newspaper. (Ambreen’s website is here.)

How Barbara and Aaron Levine Became Two of America’s Most Committed Collectors of Conceptual Art

My article “How Barbara and Aaron Levine Became Two of America’s Most Committed Collectors of Conceptual Art” appears in artnet.

With striking juxtapositions, Nordic art unfurls at the Phillips Collection

My article “With striking juxtapositions, Nordic art unfurls at the Phillips Collection” appears in The Art Newspaper.

Hands-on research underpins a pioneering chiaroscuro woodcut exhibition

My article “Hands-on research underpins a pioneering chiaroscuro woodcut exhibition,” about a National Gallery of Art exhibit, appears in Art Newspaper.

Looted vessels returned at event marking 15 years of US-Italy art crime fighting co-operation

My article “Looted vessels returned at event marking 15 years of US-Italy art crime fighting co-operation” appears in The Art Newspaper.

Bible museum is first in US to show mile-long illustrated Bible

My article “Bible museum is first in US to show mile-long illustrated Bible” appears in Religion News Service. (The Oakland Press, Mich., has also run the piece.) Here’s the beginning: WASHINGTON (RNS) — Going through his late father’s attic painting studio in 2013, a German banker named Martin Wiedmann was surprised to find a Bible […]

  • Selected articles

    NMAAHC "The Imitation Game: Are museums being clear enough with the public about what’s real and what’s fake?" Washington Post Magazine. March 3, 2019.

    Bobby Fischer gravestone "Searching for Fischer’s Legacy." Chess Life magazine. March 2018. (PDF file).

    Jules Olitski star "A Memorial That Knows Its Biblical History." Wall St. Journal. Sept. 22, 2017.

    CIA art collection "Infiltrating the CIA’s Secret Art Collection." Playboy. Jan./Feb. 2017.
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