Hofstra University Museum of Art Imagine Awards Finalist 2019

Hofstra University Museum of Art Imagine Awards Finalist 2019

The Hofstra University Museum of Art is a dynamic cultural resource serving the Hofstra campus as well as the greater Long Island community. Our exhibitions and collections which cross time periods, cultures and themes become springboards for thought-provoking discussions and programs. One such program, Art Travelers Through Time, our hallmark elementary school offering, enables hundreds…Continue reading Hofstra University Museum of Art Imagine Awards Finalist 2019

Urban photography: Capturing a freerunner defying gravity | Museum Guggenheim Bilbao

Urban photography: Capturing a freerunner defying gravity | Museum Guggenheim Bilbao

The mission of getting to a location is just as beautiful as the location itself in my eyes. it’s about the adventure and the exploration the mission is everything the photo is everything The first thing I always try to look for is symmetry in all my locations, but in a place like the Guggenheim,…Continue reading Urban photography: Capturing a freerunner defying gravity | Museum Guggenheim Bilbao

Episode 2 Clark Fox Icon Chains at Biggs Museum of American Art

Episode 2 Clark Fox Icon Chains at Biggs Museum of American Art

The Biggs Museum of American Art is hosting an exhibition of work by Clark Fox called Icon Chains. In this episode the artist discusses two additional paintings about Native Americans. All right. This painting is kind of in the form of a pictograph. There’s four different sections basically. And it’s the title 1844 which is…Continue reading Episode 2 Clark Fox Icon Chains at Biggs Museum of American Art

Discover the biggest painting in the Louvre Museum with Tom Scott

Discover the biggest painting in the Louvre Museum with Tom Scott

I’ve been invited to the Louvre in Paris. It is the biggest museum in the world and we’re here to look at the biggest painting in its collection. It’s a painting that’s been celebrated, torn, restored, threatened, mended, torn again. Even duplicated. And now, it’s what the Mona Lisa is staring at. This is The…Continue reading Discover the biggest painting in the Louvre Museum with Tom Scott