In the greenery of Cape Cod, an auspicious black tie affair, appropriate for those who’ve never been able to tie one of the things. At last, a bold new collection that celebrates artistic flops, failures and foul-ups, brought to you by the Museum of Bad Art, known to its affectionate followers as MOBA. This is…Continue reading The Museum Of Bad Art
We often talk about the future of the human race. But the question I have is what can we learn from our shared past? If we’re going to move forward as a global community we need to think about how we can learn from our shared ideas and values and to do that we have…Continue reading Preserving Maya Heritage with The British Museum
Good Morning Hank, it’s Tuesday. I finished filming Crash Course US History early yesterday, so I drove down to the Indianapolis Museum of Art where Sarah is a curator. By the way, we have our own spring snow in Indianapolis. Walked into the museum then into the entry lobby, currently home to this installation by…Continue reading Poetry Makes Nothing Happen: Thoughts on Ai Weiwei from the Indianapolis Museum of Art
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
Have you ever visited a museum and noticed that there doesn’t seem to be very much separating the public from the precious art or artifacts on display? Often, it’s nothing more than a velvet rope, and sometimes even less. What would happen if you tripped and stumbled right into a shelf of priceless Etruscan urns?…Continue reading What If You Damaged Something in a Museum by Accident?
Thoughts on Portraiture is a display of amazing artwork from the Birmingham collection of Modern and Contemporary Art. It starts with One Man and His Sheep by Ana Maria Pacheco and is inspired by her desire for audiences to look face to face with the characters and think about who they are. and what their…Continue reading Thoughts on Portraiture Exhibition
(“Drone in D” by Kevin MacLeod)
I am really happy that the exhibition Deutschland 8 has now been officially opened. It’s something unseen in Beijing before. We’re transforming this capital of Asia and China… …into a art platform for a certain period. I think it’s a big challenge for them, this global participation, and this opening and this economic exchange, and…Continue reading Review of the exhibition “Deutschland 8”