Melissa Ilardo is a Senior Scientist at Maze Therapeutics and was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Utah’s molecular medicine program. This is her story from the field as told to Marion Renault.
Daily Archives: February 1, 2021
This Rare Apple-1 Computer Could Be Yours for $1.5 Million USD
Nathaniel Mary Quinn Unveils New ‘Father Stretch My Hands’ Diptych Painting
Following Gagosian’s Artist Spotlight on Takashi Murakami last month, the art dealer returns with its latest digital feature on Chicago-born artist, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, where he unveils a new artwork entitled Father Stretch My Hands (2021). The work is a dynamic diptych developed using diverse materials such as oil paint, pastels, and gouache on linen canvas over wood panel. The artist is widely-known for his fragmented portraits of people from his real-life experiences or drawn from his imagination. These composite portraits also include visuals gleaned from websites, magazines and photo albums.
THE BLACK SOLDIERS OF THE CIVIL WAR
When Deborah Willis was growing up, her teachers seldom mentioned the black soldiers who’d fought in the American Civil War.