The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on East 89th and Park in New York was designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright and opened in 1959. The grandiose central rotunda with its spiral ramp is a major draw and a very special place to view art exhibitions in the city. 349 more words
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Earlier this month, New York City Marathoners were wending their way through the five boroughs. It was heartening to see how many thousands turned out to run and how many to cheer them on as they came through the warm drizzle, only five days after the terrorist attack in lower Manhattan. 716 more words
What an amazing exhibition. Please make a point to see Richard Lytle: A Retrospective at Fairfield University Art Museum – Walsh Gallery. The exhibition is now open and runs through February 3, 2018. 114 more words
Another Albers student was seen running out of the Albers Placement Center this week, hands desperately trying to hide their shame as they sobbed uncontrollably. Many believe this recent streak of emotional meltdowns is a result of the Albers Placement Center adopting a new Game of Thrones-style approach to its service. 117 more words
This article was written December 9, 2016 in response to two shows up during that time.
The situation is such that the two great painters of squares, Mark Rothko and Josef Albers, are being shown at the same time only blocks away from each other in the Chelsea art district of New York. 1,484 more words