RACHEL WHITEREAD

RACHEL WHITEREAD I don’t always know what is on exhibit when I head to a museum. During one of my recent trips to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC I was lucky to stumble upon artist Rachel Whiteread for the first time. Imagine my delight when I turn the corner and see a…

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A WEEKEND IN MONTRÉAL

A WEEKEND IN MONTRÉAL Parks, historic neighborhoods, museums, and restaurants—the appeal of Montréal lies in the feeling you’ve transported yourself directly to Europe. No matter how you end up spending your time in this quaint Canadian city, one thing is certain: you’re going to fall in love with it’s amazing food, cobblestone streets and the people.…

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DIA:BEACON

The Hudson Valley is on the top of my destinations whenever I have a free weekend. The combination of water, mountains and a cool art scene are enough to make my heart explode. That’s where Dia:Beacon comes in. I distinctly remember the first time I walked into Dia:Beacon. It is an unassuming space from the…

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DAN FLAVIN

Dan Flavin (1933-1996) is an American minimalist artist whom I just happen to adore. I encountered his work for the first time in a private home collection (nope, not joking) and I have been hooked ever since. There is just something about good neon art that fills my heart! Flavin began using electric lights in his…

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IRVING PENN: CENTENNIAL

Imagine sitting across from some of the most influential names in history including actresses in Hollywood, famous artists, composers and fashion design icons. Photographer Irving Penn was celebrated as one of Vogue magazine’s top photographers for more than sixty years. Now on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Irving Penn: Centennial is a comprehensive exhibition of…

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