Norman Bluhm’s Second Act

Norman Bluhm, “Millbrook Blues” (1976), oil on canvas, 84 x 96 inches (all images courtesy the Estate of Norman Bluhm and Miles McEnery Gallery, New York, NY) The case for Norman Bluhm has been building for some time. He has been written about favorably on more than one occasion by discerning critics such as Raphael … Read more

“Assembly Required” at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation Invites You to Act –

A WORK TO BE STEPPED ON, announces an index card placed on the floor of the gallery. The label is positioned next to a scrap of canvas, inviting visitors to traverse the tattered fabric. Yoko Ono’s Painting to be Stepped On (1960/61) is one of many works in the Pulitzer Arts Foundation exhibition “Assembly Required” … Read more

Art Therapy and the No Surprises Act and its Good Faith Estimates

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn January 27, 2022 | By AATA National Office Staff with Special Thanks to AATA Member Mike Fogel, MA, ATR-BC, LPCfor contributing his significant research on this subject. The No Surprises Act was signed into law in December 2020 with the intention of protecting health care consumers from “surprise medical bills” and ensuring … Read more