However, he again became frustrated with his school’s singular focus on classical subjects and techniques. Time, for example, has confronted Apple’s policy by releasing iPad versions a day or two before print editions as an incentive for iPad subscribers. They do not so much report events as help people think about the news after it has happened, to analyze and explain it. In 2010, the thinking about this question was only enriched by the development of new technology. While paparazzi chronicled his every move, however, few paid attention to his art during this time.<\/p>
In contrast to the dazzling complexity of Synthetic Cubism, Picasso’s later paintings display simple, childlike imagery and crude technique. Time is a smaller magazine than when Stengel took over in 2006, but its survival is no small achievement.