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Saddam is Here [part 1]

A friend of mine says you must always write what you feel and you must always be honest. Speaking honestly, I was a little deflated walking into Jamal Penjweny’s exhibition. 656 more words


Hannah Hoch- Whitechapel Gallery, London

Hannah Hoch has always been a reoccurring and inspiring figure in my artistic research. First discovered aged 15, she has always been this shorthaired, eccentric Dadaist that no one seemed to know a whole lot about. 1,067 more words


Barbican Pop Art Design

Date Visited: 29th January 2014

As I walked around the exhibition, I noticed the vast space that is divided in two floors. The Barbican’s lower level managed to exhibit almost 30 years of Art and Design history in combining a fun and playful theme with vibrant colors. 276 more words

ART004-1 Introduction To Art & Design

Francis Bacon/Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty

Last night I attended, for the first time, the Art Gallery of Ontario’s First Thursdays; a night of cash bars, hors d’oeuvres, tables for making play-dough like sculptures, and of course an opportunity to view parts of the public collection and the special exhibition:  Francis Bacon/Henry Moore:  Terror and Beauty. 264 more words


Dated Digital Exhibits

Recently in class we’ve been discussing the creation of online exhibits.  We were asked this week to find an online exhibit from a public history institution and critique it, thinking about what works and what doesn’t work, what we’d change, etc.  932 more words

New Media

Ghent and Gericault

Went to Ghent this weekend mainly to have a look at the Museum of Fine Arts’ Gericault exhibition, which has transferred from Frankfurt and includes the two Cauis Cibber ‘ 137 more words