Stories from Solar winds

by kesartia If looking at Robert Petersen’s latest body of work makes you flashback to Robert Rauschenberg, you are right on the mark.This month Jim Kempner’s gallery presents Mr. Petersen’s series of collages that the artist categorized as an homage to late Rauschenberg’s obsession with Thomas Gainsborough’s Blue Boy.  As the legend goes, Blue Boy was the first painting that made… Continue reading Stories from Solar winds

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

A Visit to the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. by Lauren Kolumbic As spring struggled to descend on Washington D.C., delaying the celebrated arrival of the cherry blossoms and the associated outdoor festivities, I took advantage of the chilly weather and visited the Hirshhorn. I was not sure what to expect from this… Continue reading Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Zarina: Paper Like Skin

Zarina: Paper Like Skin by Lauren Kolumbic CLOSING April 21st Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128 Visiting the Guggenheim is an awe-inspring experience, no matter what exhibition is gracing the spiraling rotunda. While the vivid Gutai exhibition is currently keeping visitor’s heads on a swivel as they stroll up the… Continue reading Zarina: Paper Like Skin

The scenery changes three times

  The scenery changes three times By Candace Moeller   Curated by Blonde Art Books, in cooperation with Schema Projects 92 St Nicholas Ave Brooklyn NY 11237          Schema Projects in Bushwick is my kind of gallery. Yes, it’s located a convenient three-minute walk away from my apartment, but it offers something that my… Continue reading The scenery changes three times