Secrets of the code Do Dan Brown’s readers learn something real about art?
Much as we might wish that The da Vinci Code
might offer ways of bridging the gulf between the general public and contemporary art, the latter seems doomed to remain incomprehensible to many, not because of their unsophisticated aesthetics, but because their fundamental assumptions about reality are alien to those that define contemporary art.
—by Jerry Cullum, published in Art Papers, May/June 2005.
Enter the gallery of pictures of Paris
Take a look at the pictures I’ve taken on trips to Italy
See the pictures I’ve taken in the United States
Take a look at the photographs I’ve taken in Canada