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"Empty House Casa Vazia" at Luhring Augustine Chelsea

The current exhibition at the Luring Augustine Gallery in Chelsea, “Empty House Casa Vazia”,  features sculpture that is associated with the Neoconcretism movement in Brazil from 1959 until 1961. 438 more words

Math Art

I found art in a museum!

So that one day I went to MoMA, I didn’t only focus on the exhibitions but also on capturing my surroundings.

(Certain places within the museum were especially advantageous for photographers because of the special lighting.) … 58 more words

St Ives School : Peter Lanyon

(George) Peter Lanyon (8 February 1918 – 31 August 1964) was a Cornish painter‪ of landscapes leaning heavily towards abstraction. Lanyon was one of the most important artists to emerge in post-war Britain. 669 more words

stuck in my head

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Perfect Lovers). 1991.

They tick alongside one another. Circumstance will catch up to them as they invariably fall out of sync, as lovers often do with the passing of time. 61 more words



NYC has so many museum options and I have been trying to visit at least one new museum a week. Living in DC I was able to visit all the Smithsonians, the National Gallery of Art and many other museums for free.  402 more words

Dinner at The Modern

One of the pleasures of visiting Manhattan is its diverse restaurants. Since we enjoy good food (I know what I mean by “good” may be a little different from some people) we visited The Modern restaurant adjacent to (more like within the structure of) the Museum of Modern Art. 451 more words


MoMA Likes Cate Blanchett Just as Much as You

Distaste for Cate Blanchett’s acting is a generally unheard of concept — that combination of words strikes as almost nonsensical. For her undeniable range and depth, both onscreen and… 187 more words