Imádjuk és alig várjuk, hogy kezünkbe fogjuk a díjnyertes New York-i illusztrátor, Ellen Weinstein által dekorált, gyermekeknek készült új MoMA-kiadványt, mely a világhírű művész, Yayoi Kusama művészetét állítja középpontba. 131 more words
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Marlena Gryglewski- Journal 1- I recently visited the Museum of Modern art in the city. It's a really nice incentive for students to be able to have free entrance and be able to expose ourselves to the world of art around us. The Museum itself is pretty big with several floors divided into many different rooms with many different themes and time periods. One of my favorite displays was on the period of Impressionism and the last favorite one was revolving around architecture. I enjoy works of art that can speak to multiple emotions and evoke many different feelings. I feel like Impressionism does that for me best. I find that videos playing in the background most of the time compliment the exhibitions around them. There was this one video in particular that caught my attention. It was a clip from the television show called "what's my line?" that showed one of the well known architect. The contestants were blind folded and needed to ask him questions and required a yes or no answers in order to figure out his identity. I enjoyed it a lot.
Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959-1989, brings works either made by computers or derived from computational thinking together.
Drawn largely from The Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection, the exhibition of nearly 100 objects spans across different mediums, showing the last impact that computers have had on new modes of aesthetics and artistic production. 341 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