Posts Tagged 'MoMA'

November Fiber Art Picks!

Xenobia Bailey amongst her work. Photo courtesy of MAD. Xenobia Bailey “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field” Museum of Art and Design Through December 17, 2017   Two new artists, Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield, rotate into the second

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November Fiber Art Picks!

Xenobia Bailey amongst her work. Photo courtesy of MAD. Xenobia Bailey “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field” Museum of Art and Design Through December 17, 2017   Two new artists, Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield, rotate into the second

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Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

I recently explored the Cut-Outs exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art on a dreary Sunday night, bringing with me few expectations of what I was about to see. I had heard of Henri Matisse before but often only in

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Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

I recently explored the Cut-Outs exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art on a dreary Sunday night, bringing with me few expectations of what I was about to see. I had heard of Henri Matisse before but often only in

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Mike Kelley at PS1 Moma

Although it is difficult to define the work of Mike Kelley, as an artist working with textiles it is hard not to be inspired by it. PS1 Moma’s current exhibition is the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to-date.

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Mike Kelley at PS1 Moma

Although it is difficult to define the work of Mike Kelley, as an artist working with textiles it is hard not to be inspired by it. PS1 Moma’s current exhibition is the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to-date.

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Drawing with Thread

Last Friday I went to MoMA. I haven’t been there in a while and there’re a couple of exhibitions I wanted to see, like  the exhibition “On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century”. Julie Mehretu. Rising Down. 2008. Ink and acrylic

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Drawing with Thread

Last Friday I went to MoMA. I haven’t been there in a while and there’re a couple of exhibitions I wanted to see, like  the exhibition “On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century”. Julie Mehretu. Rising Down. 2008. Ink and acrylic

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