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SAN FRANCISCO: Bouquets to Art 35

This flower exhibit is such a playful and fragrant treat… one of the highlights had native flowers… and musical notes… other a dog… and Ben-Day dots… chairs and squares… sandwiches and oranges… waterfalls… a rainbow… a steamship… Claude, the white … Continue reading

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C I T I N E R A R Y : Monet, The Late Years

Can you find these paintings? Can you add the missing descriptions? Enjoy your visit to Monet’s art garden! Here you can download the CITINERARY pdf. Monet: The Late Years | de Young museum | February 16–May 27, 2019 The exhibition … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO: Cult of the Machine

We finally made it to the Cult of the Machine… at the de Young… on the last day… extremely interesting and relevant for today’s world… with learning lessons… pondering questions… parallels between now and then… intersection of art and technology… … Continue reading

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CITINERARY: Teotihuacan

0. Who gave the city its present name? This sunken plaza, large enough to hold most of the city’s inhabitants, was centered on the Temple of the Feathered Serpent. It was discovered in 2003 by Mexican archaeologists underneath the Feathered Serpent … Continue reading

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Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire

Ancient mysteries, recent discoveries, historic exhibit at deYoung Digital Story

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SAN FRANCISCO: deYoung Bouquets to Art

Today was the last day to see the annual Bouquets to Art at the de Young, and this year it happened during Georgia O’Keeffe‘s exhibition, a double treat! The best part was that the art bouquets are everywhere, so you … Continue reading

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deYoung Museum: David Hockney

David Hockney‘s Bigger Exhibition made a memorable grand finale for the Friday Nights at the de Young. It is indeed a happy exhibit to visit again, and travel from California to Iceland, Norway and East Yorkshire through beautiful timescapes! EXHIBITION … Continue reading

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deYoung: Girl with a Pearl Earring

I had a feeling that if we were so late to see the Dutch exhibit at the deYoung we better wait a bit more and vist its new home, at the Mauritshuis. Well, we will hopefully do that, because today … Continue reading

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SAN FRANCISCO: Royal Treasures from the Louvre

We’ve missed the Special Opening Day of the Royal Treasures from the Louvre: Louis XIV to Marie Antoinette at the Legion of Honor, but made it up on the first day after Thanksgiving, which turned up to be a beautiful … Continue reading

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