Artists are generally strange, solitary creatures whiling away their time in studios, building intimate relationships with paper, clay, canvas and paint, instead of spending their waking moments with other human beings. That comfort with ideas and grand themes (as opposed to human beings)—whether from personal insecurity or some primordial sense of self-protection—leads many artists to view the talent of others as a threat, which makes Orange County Museum of Art's "Two Schools of Cool" exhibition something... More >>>