A curious children itinerary for a playful exhibit… René Magritte: The Fifth Season is the first exhibition to focus exclusively on the artist’s late career, from the 1940s through the 1960s, a period of remarkable artistic transformation and revitalization. The … Continue reading
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Tagged Belgium, Brussels, CITINERARY, Hegel's Vacation, Image à la maison verte, Image with a Green House, L'eclair, La belle captive, La chambre d'écoute, Le Lyrisme, Le mal de mer, Le monde des images, Les promenade des Euclid, Les vacances de Hegel, Les valeurs personnelles, Lightning, Lyricism, Magritte, Magritte's Fifth Season, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Musée des Beaux Arts de Charleroi, Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Personal Values, René Magritte, Seasickness, SFMOMA, The Fair Captive, The Fifth Season, The Listening Room, Where Euclid Walked
A delightfully whimsical exhibit for the whole family… with a digital twist at the end… to be enjoyed again… … followed by a musical lunch in the Gardens with Highest Ani… ending with a first time… the robotic CafeX… a … Continue reading
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
Posted in .de_Young, .exhibition, .film, .photography, .precisionism, Charles Demuth, Charles Sheeler, Elsie Driggs, Francis Picabia, George Copeland Ault, Georgia O'Keeffe, Morton Livingston Schamberg, Paul Strand, Ralph Steiner
Tagged Aaron's Home, Charlene deGuzman, Charles Demuth, Charles Sheeler, Charlie Chaplin, Computational Creativity, Cult of the Machine, Elsie Driggs, Francis Picabia, George Copeland Ault, Georgia O'Keeffe, I Forgot My Phone, Imogen Cunningham, Manhatta, Mechanical Principles, Miles Crawford, Modern Times, Morton Livingston Schamberg, Paul Strand, Precisionism, Ralph Steiner, SAN FRANCISCO, The Painting Fool
Here’s an art itinerary from a recent Klimt day… I spy with my explorer eye… …a bust of child from 1895 …a gilded detail on a card from… August 5, 1895 …two girls, standing close together, focused on the flowers … Continue reading
KLIMT & RODIN: An Artistic Encounter | Digital Story
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
Ancient mysteries, recent discoveries, historic exhibit at deYoung Digital Story
TARTINE BREAD Delicious indeed!
SF Ballet … School … Stern Grove … wonderful Sunday afternoon!
As it always happens, after a journey ends some memories shine on and continue to follow us a way or another… some are musical memories… from the extraordinary flamenco show at the Seville Flamenco Museum, to the flamenco violin in … Continue reading
Posted in .Museo_del_Baile_Flamenco, .Nerja, .SAN_FRANCISCO, .Sevilla, .SFMOMA, .VALENCIA, .Yerba_Buena_Gardens
Tagged Berklee Campus in Valencia, Cueva de Nerja, Exhibiting Sound, International Festival of Music and Dance, La Nit de Berklee, Museo del Baile Flamenco Sevilla Cristina Hoyos, Musical Itineraries, SFMOMA, SUMMERTIME, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival