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Do Art Museums Need Curators of “Latino Art”?

Is there such a thing as "Latino Art"? Should artists be collected because of made-up ethnic labels? Read More »

Movie Review: Che – Long, But Light on the Dark Side of Guevara

Steven Soderbergh's film disappoints no matter which Guevara myth you choose to follow. Read More »

Expectations of Steven Soderbergh’s Che

I will bring with me some prejudices, notions, knowledge, facts, and ideas about how a film should depict Guevara. Read More »

Andy Garcia, We Need You Again!

Why can't Hollywood get the "Cuban thing" right? Read More »

Art Review/Auction: San Francisco’s Southern Exposure

An auction for an influential SF art venue yields some terrific art finds. Read More »

Exhibit Review: Frida Kahlo at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

A major retrospective of iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo reviewed by a self-described Kahlophile. Read More »

The Rise of Tim Tate: Subjective Advice on Buying Artwork

Washington, DC artist Tim Tate has gone from a virtual unknown to the nation's capital's best-known artist. Read More »

Did the President of the American Association of Museums Put His Foot in His Mouth?

Did the new president of the American Association of Museums just say that Hispanics are not "experienced" with museums? Read More »

Why Aren’t There More Black Artists in the White House Art Collection?

Three of the 375 works of art in the White House art collection are by African American artists - a suggestion for some more names to acquire! Read More »

When Is An Artist A Great Artist And Not Just A Great African-American Artist?

Campello barks at artistic segregation. Read More »