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Art Wanderer: the jor-bangla and the many tales of terra-cotta

The day was starting to give in to a warm glowing sunset, when my neighbor said they had called my stop. I was afraid of not understanding the pronunciation and asked to be helped to the guys sitting by. 1,021 more words


I Love Art

One thing that I have slowly begun to notice when it comes to my blog, is that I never talk about art. Even though I am an art history major, and if all goes well, will be spending exorbant amounts of time in museums in the future, I don’t think I have ever once made a post relating to art history. 358 more words


Art Details

Girl with the Peal Earring {detail}, Johannes Vermeer 1665

The Hague, Netherlands


Gropius: the King of Bauhaus

Walter Adolph Georg Gropius (b. 1883, d. 1969) was the founder of the Staatliches Bauhaus (School of Building) which ran from 1919 to 1933 in Germany. 290 more words


Fear, loathing, danger and play at LACMA? The Pierre Huyghe exhibit

Experience. Mystery, Danger, Avatars. Connection. Pong. Ghost in the machine.

These disparate items come together in the retrospective exhibit of Pierre Huyghe’s work at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 527 more words