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Exploring Solo: Stedelijk Museum

I don’t have classes on Mondays and Thursdays but my friends do so I plan on going solo and exploring Amsterdam these days throughout the semester. 244 more words


2015: The Good, the Bad and the Funny

From appropriation to plagiarism, and vandalism to artistic destruction, 2015 was a busy year. Here are some of the art world’s highs and lows.

ABOVE: Pierre-Auguste Renior, Dance at Bougival, 1883, oil on canvas, 71.6 x 38.6 inches, © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston… 311 more words


MoMA Remixes Its Collection, New World Record for Indian Art, and More

After its exhibition of Picasso sculpture comes down in the spring, MoMA will reinstall its fourth floor permanent collection galleries with a new, less rigid mix of works from the 1960s. 212 more words


LACMA's Michael Govan, in NY for Coveted Leo Award, Talks Future of Curatorial Field

Wednesday evening non-profit Independent Curators International will celebrate its 40th anniversary by honoring LACMA director Michael Govan with the Leo Award.

The organization, which produces exhibitions and acts as a network for curators working all over, has named the award for legendary New York art dealer Leo Castelli, who was responsible for launching the careers of Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and Frank Stella, among others. 534 more words


Amsterdam Getaway

Amsterdam was a pleasant surprise, not only in how beautiful & charming the city is but in it’s food scene as well. Coming from Houston, Texas I”ve taken culinary diversity for granted and when you’re traveling sometimes it’s hard to satisfy your craving for different flavors. 116 more words


Amsterdam, A Museum City

Seventy percent of the world’s commercial flowers come from Holland, but don’t let missing the blooming season stop you from planning a trip. Amsterdam is worth a trip any time of year. 505 more words