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The great and the bad

The National Gallery of Art in Washington has indefinitely postponed a Chuck Close retrospective because of allegations of sexual harassment. The 77 year old paraplegic artist is alleged to have made inappropriate remarks about the bodies and sexual activities of women he invited to his studio to pose, allegations which he largely denies. 616 more words


Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Your Place or Mine … at The Jewish Museum, March 16 - August 5, 2018

“Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s pluralistic practice encompasses painting, drawing, collage, book making, sculpture, and installation as well as ceramics, furniture, lighting, textiles, and wallpaper. He emerged as an artist in the early 1970s with groundbreaking performative installations that infused everyday life with art and politics and stood at the intersection of the gay liberation and feminist movements. 350 more words


My Dreaded Day of Fun

There are times when I make motherhood a lot harder than it needs to be. This usually presents itself in the way I overload our calendar with obligations and commitments that I end up regretting when the time arrives. 1,501 more words

Travel With Kids

Museos, Museos, Museos, Málaga

We’ve gotten behind on our Málaga museums. There are dozens of them, some world class, some a little quirky, some world class quirky, some in 500 year-old palaces, houses, or warehouses, some outside archeological sites 2,000+ years old, some brand new. 674 more words


Boundaries and Heritage of Distinction part 5 – the House of European History: a sad celebration of the echo chamber

Last month I visited the House of European History, in Brussels. Opened in May 2017, the House of European History is located in a refurbished dental hospital. 990 more words

Heritage And Identity

Las Vegas As A Tourist

For my 21st birthday (June of 2016), I booked a week long trip for my boyfriend and me to visit Las Vegas, Nevada (yes, this is where we live now). 2,725 more words