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10 Things to Do in NYC this Fall

It’s starting to get a bit chilly here in New York. I saw a woman wearing a scarf under her suit during her morning commute. I myself had to opt for boat shoes instead of sandals during mine. 868 more words


Art World Abstracts: A Blockbuster Matisse Show, and More!

“Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs” is now the most well-attended show in the history of the Tate Modern. All signs point to a bonanza for MoMA when the stateside edition opens there later this fall. 165 more words

French Art

All Roads Lead to Paris Part II

This is by far one of my favourite pieces by Matisse and here are some reasons why: 429 more words

Australian Aboriginal Artist : Mitjili Napurrula

I’m a big fan of Mitjili Napurrula’s work. When I first saw them at an art gallery in Fremantle, Western Australia, I immediately thought they reminded me of a famous Western artist. 163 more words

AlyZen Moonshadow

Henri Scissorhands: Matisse and the ghost of Louis Aragon

Dancers, bees, swallows, sharks, sword-swallowers, mermaids, stars: even first thing on a Sunday morning, the Matisse exhibition at Tate Modern felt like a live show. … 809 more words


Artists over 50: better late than ever? | The Guardian (01 Sept. 2014)

As a new exhibition of late-period Turners opens at Tate Britain, curator Sam Smiles asks if it’s time art outgrew its obsession with age.   1,490 more words

Old Age

New exhibit explores crimes of art

The Suburbanite

There is deception at the Canton Museum of Art.
If you are a mystery buff or like solving crime on TV police shows before the detectives don’t miss this display of deception. 630 more words

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