Person, Place, Thing: Paula Scher, The World & The Madness of Art
Person: Paula Scher
Whether we are sitting at our newly-crafted home desks or laying on the couch, it seems there’s a restlessness in all of us; like there’s not enough work to do and not enough rest in which to revel to pass the time. Article after article, our daily feeds lead us to new levels of speculation and uncertainty. Meanwhile, there’s only so much our eyes can handle, perpetually glued to the screen for distractions. This week, ARTContent Editions Limited is excited to share the perfect balance of entertainment and calm with our readers. Artist Paula Scher joins Randy Cohen on his podcast, “Person, Place, Thing,” which was recorded at the Museum of Art & Design in New York City in February 2020, before the madness hit us all. When you’re ready: get comfortable, close your eyes, and enjoy as Paula Scher takes you through her world, starting with maps…
Place: The World
As art lovers, we all appreciate the ability that a work of art has to capture our attention and to allow a moment of reprieve. At ARTContent, the relevance of Scher’s work — and its ability to unite us even during uncertain times — is something that we celebrate.
World Trade Routes, USA Distances, Rome, Berlin, Tokyo and London are all available for purchase at Jim Kempner Fine Art in New York City.
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Thing: The Madness of Art
Speaking of madness and for anyone looking for a laugh; take a peep at Jim Kempner’s quick-witted and satirical take on, “What's so funny about the art world?” in his web mini-series, The Madness of Art.