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10/2016

by Ellsworth Kelly
American, 1923
Colors for a Large Wall. 1951
Oil on canvas
The Museum of Modern Art, New York

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The Dutch national museum is actually rewarding artists and designers who copy its masterpieces

“No cameras allowed” used to be standard practice in museums. Many art institutions tightly policed their collections to contain the so-called “aura of the original” within their walls and have exclusive image rights for books, posters, cards and various bric-a-brac sold at their gift shops. 503 more words

Make Sure to Stop by These  Exhibits at the Modern Museum of Art 

I don’t know why it took me so long, but I finally managed to pay a visit to the Modern Museum of Art. Being the home to various antique portraits, abstract sculptures and modern photographs, MOMA has easily moved to the top of my favorite-museum list. 206 more words

Art

MoMA Honors PEDRO ALMODÓVAR With Major Career Retrospective

Pedro Almodóvar November 29–December 17, 2016

The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters

Pedro Almodóvar Opens with a Special Screening of His Upcoming Film, Julieta, and Will Feature All 20 Films from the Director’s Career. 821 more words

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To Do This Week: Porktoberfest and Latin Beet Kitchen

WEDNESDAY September 28

Strip your wall of those posters you bought from the guy in Central park. You are an adult now! You deserve a home with real art! 702 more words

Eight-Day Week

Second postcard from New York

Dear reader,

Today was Museum’s day with the squad. Our first stop was the American Museum of Natural History. We walked there, as the Hostel we’re staying is just about 30 minutes far from the museum. 378 more words

Give Me a MoMA: Savannah

Last March, my girlfriend and I ventured to Savannah, GA on brief road trip with one goal, in mind–check out an Arsham exhibit in-person. If I made a list entitled “Top 5 Most Intriguing People in the World,” Daniel Arsham would top the list. 81 more words

Photography