lusty, elegiac German Officer paintings

The German Officer paintings in particular provide a kind of populist synthesis of Analytic Cubism and Cubist collage, fired by German Expressionism but also drawing on American still-life traditions, including the trompe l’oeil paintings of William Harnett and John Peto. The works also signal Hartley’s gayness and his love of military pomp…The overlap of these two spheres, fomented by their focus on the idealized man, is detailed by Bruce Robertson, one of the most illuminating of Hartley scholars, in the show’s excellent catalog.

No. 48 – Marsden Hartley Marsden Hartley – Online Collection of Brooklyn Museum

From a Roberta Smith review of, ‘Marsden Hartley: The German Paintings, 1913-1915‘ an exhibition at the Neue Nationalgalerie.

Trevor Paglen re: 21st century Photography

Specifically, he writes about “how to begin thinking through the 21st Century’s emerging photographic landscape, and the ways both photographic practices and photographs themselves are changing“.

In three pieces published on blog of Fotomuseum Wintherthur, titled; I. Is Photography Over?II. Seeing Machines and III. Scripts.