If Chihuly promised an intense visual experience, it delivered… to an extent. But the exhibition is nearly over, and I can finally admit, loudly and proudly, that I hated it.
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‘Googie Redux’ epitomizes American visual culture in the 1960s, explaining the impact of the car culture and the Space Age on advertising and design.
Google’s doodles are fantastic works of art on their own, but here are some of the best one that pay tribute to the real legends of art.
Made in Britain was one of the best shows I’ve ever seen in a Hong Kong government-run museum and it made me think of my favorite YBAs.
Two of this summer’s biggest blockbusters reinforce the notion that the hapless government can’t actually do anything right; instead, some superheroes just came in and saved the day.
Museums tweet, art magazines tweet, art blogs tweet. Basically everyone who’s committed to promoting themselves in the art world tweets, resulting in a huge amount of Twitter feeds.
A huge museum project has begun taking shape in Hong Kong, along with those in Doha and Abu Dhabi.
The big museums charge twenty dollars for general admission, which is often too much for young people on a budget. But there may be a solution.
The recent revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa are playing a huge role at the contemporary art world’s largest event, the Venice Biennale.
I’ll be honest here: I’m probably the worst museum visitor ever. I have spent the last four years sniffling, sneezing, and sleeping through lengthy museum visits (usually at 9 am on Saturday mornings). I am the worst art history major … Continued