At the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Roof Garden you can find Cornelia Parker’s “Transitional Object (Psycho Barn)” inspried by Edward Hopper, classic American barn and Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 Psycho barn for the Bates family. While looking like a complete barn, it is in fact a structure held up by scaffolding. It is definitely a sight to see as it tops the Manhattan skyline!
Enjoyed a very special preview of Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style at Seattle Art Museum! You must take a trip to see this show!
From the fabric, cut to the accessories, it was full of majesty and wonder. Learning about the process and thought behind these majestic works through swatches and inspiration boards created an area of breadth and depth to the exhibition.
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Hi-Fructose magazine turned 10 years old this year. At MOCA they marked the 10th anniversary by featuring the works of 51 artists who were featured between its pages. The exhibition entitled Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose features works by artists in a variety of media, such as installation, painting, photography, sculpture and ceramics. Below are a few of my favorists: