Monday, February 10, 2014

Seeing and hearing

I've been thinking of how to use this blog for a while. For those who want more art, you'll unfortunately be disappointed. Instead, I'll be basing this off a model that I saw on Anthony Elms' blogspot. I'll be listing exhibits I see and articles/books I'm reading, in the hopes to inspire you to do the same. We'll start with Friday and move forward.


Crimson Landslide by Erin M. Riley at Space 1026
Stefan Martin: Selected Works at Marginal Utility
Wayward Burn at Practice Gallery
Extending in Both Directions: Victoria Burge and Millee Tibs at GrizzlyGrizzly
Chad States: Night Sweats at Napoleon
Two by Two by Leigh Van Duzer at Vox Populi Gallery
Heart on my sleeve by Jay Muhlin at Vox Populi Gallery
To Sit Rather than Slip In by Erica Prince at Vox Populi Gallery
Expanded Earthly World by Maria Dumlao at Vox Populi Gallery
The Surrealists: Works from the Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Silver & Gold at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Live Cinema/Fiona Tan: Inventory at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Yinka Shonibare: Magic Ladders at the Barnes Foundation
Pretty Vacant: The Graphic Language of Punk at The Galleries at Moore

A Note About Philip Seymour Hoffman: Addiction is Not Selfish
Baltimore City, You're Breaking My Heart
Whose Heart is Baltimore Breaking, Really?
Anger Erupts After Danish Zoo Kills a "Surplus" Giraffe
The Casualties Release Statement On Sexual Assault Allegations Against Frontman
We Wish Nadia and Masha Well - But They're No Longer Part of Pussy Riot
When A Tree Falls in a Museum...
Is This the Door of the Future?
Everything was fake but her wealth
Six More States May Outlaw Breed-Specific Legislation, Making Everything Better for Pitbulls
Doing the Minimum: A Visit to Penn's Rare Book Conservation Lab
Staff Q&A with Anthony Elms
Parting Words: The Visual Story of Death Row Prisoners' Last words
Museum of Fine Arts Prank with Complete Audio
Creativity Becomes an Academic Discipline

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