What I did wrong?
- Overconfident about myself and underestimated everyone else even some brilliant minds.
- Company of lazy or mediocre people.
- Seek pleasure in temporary happiness. 170 more words
Takashi Murakami’s new Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago show “The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg'” changed how I view the artist and his work. Unlike his show at Gagosian, his show in Chicago was not surrounded by Hypebeasts, bloggers and the Instagram generation who just attended his show to prove to their social media followers that they were there. 68 more words
The mental capacity act was only introduced in the year of 2005, which was something that has been long overdue. This is a guideline policy designed to empower and protect individuals who may have otherwise been stigmatised, and their choices limited because others may have deemed them as not being capable of making their own choices in life. 830 more words
Ministry of Corporate Affairs MCA) has issued notification no G.S.R.. 583(E) dated 13th June, 2017 for amendment in the exemption notification to private companies (principal notification) almost after two years of its effectiveness from 5th June, 2015. 729 more words
Today I had a moment to quickly visit the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) and their new Primavera exhibition. I am trying to visit more art galleries this year. 819 more words
REBLOG: Really enjoyed this post from Rebecca Lush in Sydney. I read it on her blog Curate Your Own Adventure (great name!). I'd previously posted twice about visiting a Rebecca Baumann installation at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery (May 23 and May 31 this year). The post below (Jan 25) describes a visit Rebecca Lush made to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney where she viewed another installation of Rebecca Baumann's - one inspired by the Arrival/Departure Board of a Berlin train station. Instead of displaying times, Rebecca Baumann's installation displays colours. Fantastic! You can actually see this installation in this video in which Rebecca Baumann discusses her works and what has inspired them.