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posted on 16 Oct 2013 21:56 by Sara Spink
Finally, finally, I managed to participate in Open House New York (OHNY). Spaces fill up fast, I learned; best to be ready to roll as soon as registration opens. But for all that I managed a wonderful (and very full!) day. First stop: the Digital Lab at the Museum of the City of New York Behind the scenes of MCNY's groundbreaking online collection initiative, staff shared with us their equipment,...
Tags: accessibility american architecture art artifact arts bourbon brooklyn brooklyn_navy_yard collection conservation cookbook crowdsource dec_arts decorative design digital digitize events exhibit exhibition green-wood-cemetery history installation kings-county-distillery lab library material_culture mcny museum-of-the-city-of-new-york nyc painting participation photography rare_books romanesque sculpture social_media tasting tour upper_east_side works_on_paper
posted on 05 Oct 2013 03:31 by Sara Spink
Silly me, thinking this exhibition would consist only of drawings. Yes, these do constitute the emphasis; after all the exhibition claims to be the first major museum exhibition to focus on the artist's drawings and his process, a process to which the drawings themselves are essential. Many of the displayed works derive from the Whitney's own collection, a bequest of Hopper's widow (who is also...
Tags: american art artifact collection drawing edward_hopper exhibit exhibition installation modern museum new_york new_york_city painting participation process social_media upper_east_side whitney works_on_paper
posted on 30 Sep 2013 21:43 by Sara Spink
A new location on Schenley Plaza will allow for outdoor programming and events associated with a given culinary theme. Courtesy Smithsonian Magazine. The Conflict Kitchen is an experiment in mealpolitik, reads the tagline in Smithsonian's coverage of a unique eatery in Pittsburgh. Its rotating menu features fare from countries on tenuous footing with the United States, with prior themes...
Tags: contemporary crowdsource culinary events food food_cart hands_on material_culture multi-sensory participation pennsylvania pittsburgh presentation program public
posted on 23 Sep 2013 17:22 by Sara Spink
Echo, 1997. Courtesy NYT. I really want to see this exhibition by a sculptor whose work I don't like. That's what I told my friend a few weeks ago before heading to the Ken Price retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I'd seen several of his sculptures—globular, somewhat psychedelic, and (I always thought) reminiscent of The Blob. Let's just say they were not my favorite. ...
Tags: american architecture art ceramic contemporary exhibition frank_gehry installation ken_price landscape met metropolitan metropolitan_museum mixed_media modern museum new_york new_york_city nyc process review sculpture works_on_paper
posted on 29 Jul 2013 17:15 by Sara Spink
A concert featuring So Percussion, to be accompanied by an improvised light show administered by a collective that provided visual support to the Doors, the Grateful Dead, and the Who—yup, that pedigree had me raring to go. I knew So Percussion from an intimate concert given in a private setting in Maine about five years ago, but this performance differed from my memories. Joined by special...
Tags: art concert contemporary design festival joshua_light_show modern multi-sensory music new_york new_york_city percussion performance river_to_river so_percussion