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  1. The Psychedelic Experience

    The Psychedelic Experience

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    by Nina Simon Published April 13 2009

    This is a love letter to an exhibit, written in patchouli ink across the back of an old Janis Joplin record. In March 2009, the Denver Art Museum (DAM) opened a new temporary exhibition called The Psychedelic Experience, featuring rock posters from San...

  2. Anish Kapoor

    Anish Kapoor

    Review

    by Eric Siegel Published August 16 2008

    We took a gallery walk through Chelsea this past week. The dog days of august are considerably more active than they used to be in the City, I guess with all the tourists and "staycation"ers. We saw some great stuff, but the standout was a small...

  3. Bolinas Wildlife Gallery

    Bolinas Wildlife Gallery

    Review

    by Eric Siegel Published August 27 2007

    We just spent a week in Bolinas, CA a sleepy little town that time forgot in West Marin, 30 miles from SF as the crow flies, 1.5 hour drive from the City, and about 40 years back from SF in subjective historical time. It is, to put it gently, stuck in...

  4. Wildlife Art Revealed

    Wildlife Art Revealed

    Case Study

    by Ryan Barber Published October 08 2009

    The exhibit "Wildlife Art Revealed" presents wildlife art in a variety of artistic media, while also giving visitors a rare glimpse into the fascinating processes artists use to create their work. The exhibit is open at the Virginia Museum of Natural...

  5. You Art What You Eat: Food As Art Material

    You Art What You Eat: Food As Art Material

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    by Justine Roberts Published January 06 2010

    Mass MoCA is about 3 hours from where I live and I travel with three small children, so it takes a compelling show to get me there. You Art What You Eat: Food as Art Material in Kidspace, the museum’s hands-on family gallery, did not disappoint. The...

  6. Mary Heilmann:  To Be Someone

    Mary Heilmann: To Be Someone

    Review

    by Will Crow Published January 16 2009

    Visitors to the (new) New Museum of Contemporary Art find themselves entering off the Bowery—a wide street in Lower Manhattan known for its hip and trendy stores, restaurant supply houses, and homeless shelters. The Bowery is filled with the residue...

  7. Jane Hammond, curated by Cydney Payton

    Jane Hammond, curated by Cydney Payton

    Review

    by Ashley Mask Harris Published January 07 2009

    The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Denver re-opened in a new location just over a year ago, in October 2007. Designed by architect David Adjaye, the new building creates a unique and signature atmosphere for the museum. The 27,000 square foot...

  8. American History Scavenger Hunt

    American History Scavenger Hunt

    Review

    by Andrea Kreuzer Published February 03 2010

    Having heard much about the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) and the Luce Foundation Center’s museum game “Ghosts of a Chance”, I decided I too wanted to visit the Luce Center at SAAM and play around in the much-talked about interactive...

  9. Luce Foundation Center for American Art

    Luce Foundation Center for American Art

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    by Sharleen Eusebio Published February 15 2010

    This weekend, I spent some time at the Luce Foundation Center for American Art to take a gander at what they have to offer. I hadn’t been to the Luce Center before and I do not have a strong background in American Art. In this way, I feel myself to...

  10. Directions: John Gerrard

    Directions: John Gerrard

    Review

    by Jennifer Paper Published February 16 2010

    As the snow started to fall, a snowfall that would accumulate to historic proportions here in Washington, DC, I took a detour on my route home from work to visit the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. What better way to welcome the...

  11. SAAM

    SAAM

    Review

    by Garwin Zamora Published February 16 2010

    Exhibit Review I went to Smithsonian American Art Museum (SAAM) to explore the integration of in-gallery technology. As I walked around I could not find technology beyond the regular elevators, automated doors, lighting and atmosphere control...

  12. Leonardo da Vinci and the Art of Sculpture

    Leonardo da Vinci and the Art of Sculpture

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    by Maraya Cornell Published May 31 2010

    Yesterday, I saw the da Vinci exhibition at the Getty. As the full title of the show, "Leonardo da Vinci and the Art of Sculpture: Inspiration and Invention," suggests, it's an exhibition about process rather than product. The show is introduced...

  13. Heaven and Earth II

    Heaven and Earth II

    Review

    by Beth Kelley Published July 03 2010

    The Heaven and Earth II Exhibit is a outdoor sculpture exhibition being put on at Carkeek Park in Seattle, WA. It is sponsored by the COCA (Center on Contemporary Art), the Associated Recreational Council, and Seattle Parks and Recreation. It is the...

  14. Divine Demons: Wrathful Deities of Buddhist Art

    Divine Demons: Wrathful Deities of Buddhist Art

    Review

    by Maraya Cornell Published July 12 2010

    My friend Emily and I caught the exhibition "Divine Demons: Wrathful Deities of Buddhist Art" at the Norton Simon on a Saturday, just before it closed. For its dramatic title and its prominence on the Museum's website, the exhibition of paintings and...

  15. Children Learn about Art at the National Gallery of Art

    Children Learn about Art at the National Gallery of Art

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    by Megan Southwood on March 05, 2010

    The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC is committed to making art accessible to children through film, storytelling, performances and hands-on studio workshops. Through the NGA Kids Program...