Posts Tagged ‘Guggenheim’

Artists, Architects, and Designers Contemplate the Void at the Guggenheim (NY Times) Big Show of Picasso’s Mediterranean Years Planned for Gagosian in London (NY Times) Signs of Rebound at last month’s Winter Antiques Show (NY Times) LACMA Announces Three Inaugural Shows for New Resnick Pavilion (LA Times) This Year’s ARCOmadrid Puts Spotlight on L.A. Artists […]


At London Sale, a Giacometti Sets a Record (NY Times) In the Naked Museum:  Talking, Thinking, Encountering at the Guggenheim (NY Times) Steve McQueen:  Intense Seeker of Powerful Elegance (NY Times) In Goth They Trust:  Tim Burton at MoMa (WSJ) Nexus New York:  Latin/American Artists in the Modern Metropolis (WSJ) Dell Buys Magnum Photo Print […]


By Lauren Dickinson Either a weekend getaway by plane from Barcelona, or a road trip if you want to see the country and watch the landscape change, the Basque region of Spain and France has it’s own unique charm, from the greenness of the pines, rainy climate, and language switch to Euskara. Bilbao is unmissable […]


America, Captured in a Flash by Robert Frank (NY Times) Art Among Friends is Up for Sale (NY Times) The Angel in the Architecture:  Kandisky at the Guggenheim (NY Times) Behind Duchamp’s Door at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (WSJ) Hockney, Wolfe, Mailer Draw Themselves in Quirky Portraits Sale (Bloomberg) Kapoor Fires Canon, Makes Mess […]


By Meg Emmitt The United States has become associated with anything and everything “larger than life”. To steal a quote from my favorite food network chef, Duff Goldman, “We make it bigger, make it badder, we make it awesome!” As I have experienced first hand, this is the sentiment echoed by people across the globe when […]


‘Futurism’ at Tate Modern: The Futurists’ Futile Chase After Motion (NY Times) In Venice, Peter Greenaway Takes Veronese’s Figures Out to Play (NY Times) This Summer, Some Galleries Are Sweating Their Survival (NY Times) ‘Your Bright Future’ at LACMA (LA Times) Christie’s Resumes Cutting Jobs After May N.Y. Auctions Decline (Bloomberg) Judge Slams MoMA, Guggenheim […]


By Meg Emmitt Ahhhh the GMB… so much to say about this espectaculo and I feel so conflicted over the subject! Without a doubt, the building is something special. It literally radiates… The titanium glistens like a rare gem. Its like seeing a HUGE celebrity and not being able to divert your gaze (which happened to […]