Smart Art: Ellsworth Kelly and careless curating

Sara Torgerson
Arts Editor

On Nov. 16 I had the chance to drop by the National Gallery’s small exhibition on

Ellsworth Kelly in front of one of his color paper paintings. (Photo: Google Images)

Ellsworth Kelly in front of one of his color paper paintings. (Photo: Google Images)

Ellsworth Kelly’s color paper compositions. At first I was excited because a couple years ago I saw a Kelly show in New York. The exhibition there was brilliant. It was a huge retrospective set up like a maze. The show told the story of his plant drawings and how they came to be.
The drawing are simple, like most of Kelly’s work –just black squiggly lines on paper. Still it was amazing and one I visited several times.
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Club Profile: Art History

Hannah Reed
Staff Writer

Study abroad often serves as a time of inspiration and reflection for those experiencing a culture apart from their own, and many Goucher students have returned from a winter, summer or semester abroad with fresh ideas in their head, ready to share their energy and ideas with their peers. This year has been no different, and it was such inspiration that planted the initial seed for the birth and development of an exciting new addition to our campus—the Art History Club.
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