If you were going to create a collection, what would you collect? ✏️📚🐚🖼️
This weekend we're getting to know London-based artist Sonia Boyce, as we explore her paintings, drawings & collections with @tate_kids! https://bit.ly/3aDthLP
A 100% tax-deductible donation from you today allows #SMoCA to go above & beyond in achieving the goals of our mission. Please take a moment to make a gift online to help us meet our goal of raising $5,000 before Oct. 22. Donate today at https://sarts.co/3uVEUqz.
We're looking forward to our exclusive studio tour tomorrow with artist @cmcassano. Attendees joining us will have time to mix & mingle with other contemporary art lovers & gain fascinating insights from Jennifer McCabe, director & chief curator of #SMoCA. https://sarts.co/3zYdmCz
“They call me ‘sauvage’ in Europe because I’m direct + I say what I think, and you’re not supposed to. You’re supposed to be diplomatic, which I call hypocrisy and lying really... [There are] lots of things women can’t be — ‘sauvage’ is one of them.” — artist Joan Mitchell
Satisfy your appetite for culture on Thursday Nights at the Asian Art Museum.
On Oct. 28, join us for Polyrhythmic Percussion of the Philippines to experience the joy and unifying power of tribal Philippine percussion music.
Learn more: https://go.asianart.org/3BDwNBD
On October 25, join Tony and Olivier Award-winner #GavinCreel for an unforgettable evening featuring newly composed songs inspired by The Met. 🎶
Reserve your tickets: http://met.org/3zzGY9o
Join us live for a discussion on art inspired by and performed at the border between the U.S. and Mexico.
Grabbing onto the weekend like...😎
Stop by Bowers Museum galleries and enjoy a stroll through the sculpture garden for a break from this #SoCal heat. ☀️
Next Wednesday, 10/20 at 6 pm CST/7 PM EST join us for “Art in Uncertain Times,” for a free virtual conversation about the urgency of Latinx artists’ artistic engagement with issues such as social justice, human rights, and freedom of speech. To RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/2tdbezsp
See ARTEFFECTS @PBSReno KNPB Public Broadcasting featuring "The Latimer School: Lorenzo Latimer and the Latimer Art Club" and featuring Jack Bacon, Eileen Fuller, and Ann Wolfe. https://watch.pbsreno.org/video/episode-703-cfhtti
Blondell Cummings was a New York-based African American artist whose practice moved between postmodern dance, theater, and performance art.
🎟️ Tickets are now on sale for the 2021 New Museum Triennial, “Soft Water Hard Stone,” opening on October 28! Experience artworks by 40 artists and collectives from around the world who are reenvisioning traditional models, materials, and techniques: https://newmu.org/tix
The devil really is in the details 👀
Mariana Salem takes a close look at José Dolores López’s sculpture “Adam and Eve and the Serpent” (c. 1930) and sees the artist’s frustration and excitement in the tiniest details for our latest #UNIQLOArtSpeaks.
The redesigned Indigenous Arts of North America Galleries will open at the DAM on Oct. 24, coinciding with the opening of the renovated Martin Building! The debut installation features more than 500 works by artists from across the continent. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3mRdRsZ
La obra de #WifredoLam comunica el potencial emancipador del surrealismo a numerosos artistas, especialmente a los de la diáspora negra.
Le présent éternel (Hommage à Alejandro García Caturla) 1944. Lent by @risdmuseum © 2021 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
#WifredoLam’s work communicates the emancipatory potential of Surrealism to many artists, especially those of the Black diaspora.
Le présent éternel (Hommage à Alejandro García Caturla), 1944. Lent by @risdmuseum © 2021 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris.
A telephone receiver that morphs into a lobster. A miniature train that rushes from a fireplace.
These are just a few of the familiar images associated with #Surrealism—a revolutionary idea sparked in Paris around 1924.
But that's not the full story of Surrealism.
NOW ON VIEW: "The Expressive Body: Memory, Devotion, Desire (1400–1750)" examines the ways in which the human form has provoked powerful responses, from the physiological to the mystical.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/ExpressiveBody
Every month the Museum hosts Chinese-language tours that are uniquely designed and led by student curators. This Friday, Oct. 15, at 8 pm, join student educator Yue Dai for an online tour of "The Outwin" in Mandarin. Register for free here: https://loom.ly/XbhHJJc
Happy birthday to @rgay! We are huge fans and are honored that Roxane has spoken at the Hammer many times over the years. Here, she talks about getting started as a writer: https://bit.ly/3FRrXD9
Take a stroll through Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror with the Whitney's Chief Curator Scott Rothkopf.
Rothkopf shares some of his favorite works as well as new discoveries in the Whitney's presentation. Watch the full video: https://youtu.be/CBDtcARVGJ8
"[Naudline] Pierre’s work, exploring questions of escape, rescue, ecstasy and transcendence, are distinct for their rich, jewel-toned hues and otherworldly characters." @ArtsCultureTX http://bit.ly/3k8YlbW
Dr. Leslie Buckley joined @CBCOntarioToday to talk about the decriminalization of substances.
Listen to this important discussion, including heartbreaking personal stories of how lives could have been saved if not for fear & stigma around substance use: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-45-ontario-today/clip/15871882-why-decriminalize-drug-possession
On Thursday, October 28, join @thealinacho and fashion designer @toryburch for a conversation about Burch's company—from its launch in her kitchen to its emergence as a luxury fashion brand with a global presence.
Get tickets: http://met.org/3AAYwl3
📸 Patrick Demarchelier
El Jardín del Desierto está lleno de plantas increíbles oriundas de México, Sudamérica y otros países más. Explore solo algunas con este resumen de nuestro equipo botánico. https://bit.ly/3n40OVk