Remembering the great and irreplaceable, Robert Hughes: 1938-2012 Ken Tucker writes : Robert Hughes, not only one of the greatest art critics, but one of the greatest critics in any medium, has died. He was 74. The Australian-born Hughes was the art critic for Time Magazine starting in 1970, the author of the bestselling history of Australia, The Fatal Shore , and was the writer, producer, and star of one of the finest television documentaries ever aired: The Shock of the New , first broadcast in 1980.
Damon Winter/The New York Times These three objects were offered for sale by an antiquities dealer in Mopti, Mali. African Art Is Under Threat in Djenne-Djenno
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