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METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART: REI KAWAKUBO/ COMME DES GARCONS: ART OF THE IN-BETWEEN

On Friday, I went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to check out the Rei Kawakubo/Comme Des Garcons: Art of the In- Between Exhibit. This exhibit examines nine expressions of  Kawakubo “in- betweenness.”  Before visiting this exhibit, I had my idea/interpretations on the term ‘Avant Garde,’ but after viewing this exhibit I truly understand the meaning behind the pharse. 267 more words

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Stories in Stone: The Chamunda of Chandrabhaga

Stories in Stone is all about sculptures — either standalone or entire narrative panels. Each post in this series showcase one such sculpture, look beyond its iconography and deconstruct the details in an attempt to understand the idea and/or the story it conveys. 1,666 more words

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When Science Meets Legend: Mythic Creatures at the Science Museum of Minnesota

For the past couple of months, the Science Museum of Minnesota has been running the special exhibit, “Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns and Mermaids.”  The exhibit, initially developed by the American Museum of Natural History in New York, aims to shed light on the myths, legends, and stories from different cultures around the globe.   414 more words

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ANTI-LEMONADE EXHIBIT 

On Thursday, March 30th I attended an art exhibit dedicated to Pop Super Star Divas Beyonce & Rihanna.  Presenting this exhibit during Women’s History Month was a phenomenal idea. 145 more words

MUSEUM EXHIBIT

Crazy, Odd Exhibit at The Museum of Fine Art in Houston, TX - Ron Mueck

If you live in Houston and are planning to visit this exhibit STOP READING this post now!! I wouldn’t want to ruin any of its surprises :). 275 more words

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Rock Hall Features 50 Years of Rolling Stone with New Exhibit

Before the digital computer age and MTV, there was one magazine that covered music and pop culture like none other. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum… 260 more words

Music

The discovery of a 5500-year-old cold case

In 1896, Sir Wallis Budge, Keeper of the Egyptian Department at the British Museum at the turn of the 20th century, reportedly witnessed the exhumation of six mummies dated to the predynastic era, the period between the Neolithic and Dynastic periods of Ancient Egypt, near the ruins of the ancient Egyptian town of Gebelein.1,2 The first of these bodies to be exhumed was a corpse that became known as… 639 more words

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