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MATISSE’S CUT-OUTS COVER THE WALLS IN COLOR AT MOMA

A new exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art celebrates when the French master turned to scissors and paper to create some of the 20th century’s most delightfully vibrant works of art. 573 more words
Art

Ernest J. Bellocq

Some of my favourite present day photographers have lead me to truly inspiring and interesting photographers from the past. Ernest J. Bellocq, being one of them. 310 more words

Inspiration

Björk to release retrospective book, Archives, featuring essays and portraits

Next spring, New York City’s Museum of Modern Art will stage a “full-scale retrospective” chronicling Björk’s 20-plus-year career of blurring the boundaries between art, music, fashion, and technology. 231 more words

News

NYC - Museums -new APPS

Reprint from New York Times

 

 

Tour a Museum From Anywhere

Apps Offer Virtual Tours of Museums, and More

By MOLLY WOOD     OCT. 23, 2014

Museum apps, done well, can be the digital equivalent of a museum gift shop: a place for browsing beautiful things, mentally redecorating and aspiring to a higher-culture lifestyle. 965 more words

Photography

Strength in Diversity: MoMA PS1's Young Architecture Program Finalists

Having read more architecture books than I would care to admit, I can say it’s impossible to give architecture a single, concise definition.

It’s one of the many things that makes the architectural field so enriching and exciting: it can host so many varied perspectives. 156 more words

Interview

History Plays a Double Hand

I have recently enjoyed dipping into Love Goes to Buildings on Fire by Will Hermes – a book about the overlap between the different music scenes in New York in the mid seventies. 670 more words

Architecture