Monthly Archives: January 2017
Posted on January 20, 2017 by Toothpicker
Matt Mullican: The Sequence of Things at Camden Arts Centre
I am not a fan of mega blockbuster art exhibitions, often I find them over-hyped and mentally exhausting. There are some smaller and out-of-the-centre art centres/galleries that I love visiting and Camden Arts Centre (in Hampstead) is one of them.
Recently, I went to [...]
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Posted on January 11, 2017 by Toothpicker
'Hope' sculpture in New York City was created by American artist Robert Indiana in 2009
It's a pessimistic title, but after a roller-coaster 2016, is there anything to look forward to in 2017?
I consider myself a positive person and I have always been able to bounce back up after crises and difficult periods [...]
Posted on January 5, 2017 by Toothpicker
Paris is renowned for its world-class museums and galleries, yet it also has many quirky museums that are off the beaten track, and Musée des Arts Forains is one of them. This private museum opened in 1996 and it is located within the Les Pavillons de Bercy, the 19th century wine warehouses built [...]