1. Goya’s Las Rinde el Sueño (Sleep Overcomes Them) and Que Pico de Oro (What a Golden Beak)

    Goya speaks to our modern world of oppression of the poor, arrogance of the rich and their fawning followers as though he created Los Caprichos yesterday.

  2. Art and Politics at the Seattle International Film Festival

    Compelling films from Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East as well as two form the US shed light on international politics in intimate ways as a counter to news cliches.

  3. Eleanor Harvey’s groundbreaking exhibition The Civil War and American Art

    What we can learn from this art in the midst of the national trauma of the Civil War : I celebrate Eleanor Jones Harvey interpretations of Civil War paintings and photographs in her excellent exhibition and book “The Civil War and American Art”.