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Cy Twombly, The Four Seasons: Spring, 1993

Antoine de Saint Exupery says in one of the opening paragraphs of The Little Prince “Grown-ups never understand anything by themselves, and it is tiresome for children to be always and forever explaining things to them”. 383 more words

MOMA Monday - Georgia O'Keeffe

I remember writing about a couple of Georgia O’Keeffe paintings when I was back in High School and have always admired her work since. Twice I have narrowly missed out on exhibitions of her work on trips to New York. 50 more words


I Heart New York Tour

I love reading. I can get on a roll & tear through books. I’ll read on the subway, on my couch, my bed, and when I’m lucky enough, I’ll read on an antigravity chair by a lake. 1,979 more words


Controversial 'hip-hop version' of the Virgin Mary given to MoMA

Chris Ofili’s work—donated by hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen—was once at the centre of a New York culture war

19 April 2018 | James H. Miller | Art Newspaper… 273 more words


New York, (comma) New York

A late but arty start to the day saw us at MoMA. As it was dreary and raining, the same brilliant thought of an indoor activity had occurred to every other tourist in New York and the galleries were crowded. 497 more words


MOMA Mondays - Ansel Adams

I was lucky enough to see a travelling exhibition of Ansel Adams photographs, a few years ago in Edinburgh. I was in the middle of a photography course at the time, and a visit to see the exhibition was part of the course. 81 more words


COLD WAR KIDS: the gilded framing of AB EX

APRIL 20th, 1950

As Dorothy and David sat on the upholstery facing the painting while holding their drinks, Thomas paced around with his arms extended as they electrically jolted up and down with excitement. 4,066 more words

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