MoMA. Visites virtuelles. Snog Pure Frozen Yogurt, London. Like this?
Snog Pure Frozen Yogurt was founded in London, 2008 by Rob Baines and Pablo Uribe. They offer high quality frozen yogurt in well designed spaces with site specific light installations created by London based design studio, Cinimod Studio who were responsible for all of the permanent UK store’s designs, including all architectural and lighting design. With 7 locations now open, and a further dozen currently being rolled out across South America, Europe and the Middle East, Cinimod Studio relishes the challenge to keep pushing the store design as far as possible. In particular, the lighting designs have become a ‘signature’ of the Snog identity, and play a crucial role in the ever-expanding social network media presence that Snog enjoys. The Soho restaurant has a bubbly ceiling inspired by the colourful neighbourhood. Westfield White City has an organic shaped kiosk with rolling lights.
Tate Kids. A museum dedicated entirely to words and language to open in Washington D.C. – The Language Nerds. Great news for the lovers of words and the sounds of language.
Planet Word, a museum dedicated to languages and words in Washington D.C. has announced that it will open May 31, 2020. The museum will feature 11 immersive galleries that will showcase and explore language in interesting and entertaining ways. Planet Word was designed with the goal to educate visitors about language, with exhibits focusing on the spoken, sung, and written words. It sits on 51,000-square-foot space and it will be located inside the historic Franklin School in the heart of DC. It will feature 11 galleries with distinct immersive experiences. The museum will host delighting and informative exhibitions that will appeal to different language savants. The museum will host a unique sound sculpture that will greet future visitors to Planet Word: a 20-foot weeping willow tree designed by artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. Carrières de Lumières - Site officiel. Japon Rêvé est un voyage dans le Japon de l'imaginaire commun, celui des geishas, des samouraïs et des esprits, qui trouve sa source dans les estampes japonaises qui ont commencé à circuler en Europe dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, à l'occasion de l'ouverture des échanges commerciaux entre l'occident et le Japon.
Cette révélation de l'art japonais va bouleverser l'art occidental : la peinture des Impressionnistes et des avant-gardes, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Bonnard, mais aussi les arts décoratifs, la musique et la danse. Japon Rêvé est une miniature en forme de promenade contemplative dans les décors de ce Japon qui n'existe plus mais qui n'en finit pas de nous fasciner. Exposition - "Obey, 30 years of resistance" : Shepard the Giant - article publié par Benjamin Bardinet. « Faire une énorme rétrospective sur un artiste avec plus de 600 pièces, dans une vie de commissaire d’expo, c’est un gros morceau » nous expliquait la semaine dernière Jérôme Catz, directeur du Street Art Fest Grenoble Alpes.
Frank Bowling. Don McCullin – Exhibition at Tate Britain. Tate Britain presents a comprehensive retrospective of the legendary British photographer Don McCullin This exhibition showcases some of the most impactful photographs captured over the last 60 years. It includes many of his iconic war photographs – including images from Vietnam, Northern Ireland and more recently Syria. But it also focuses on the work he did at home in England, recording scenes of poverty and working class life in London’s East End and the industrial north, as well as meditative landscapes of his beloved Somerset, where he lives. Sir Don McCullin was born in 1935 and grew up in a deprived area of north London. DANS LE GRAND UNIVERS D’INTERNET – S'ARTMUSER. Viens découvrir les œuvres d'art de ces grands musées...
Une minute au Musée d'Orsay Musée d'Orsay Questions d’enfants au Louvre ! Les musées de Paris Paris Musées Les œuvres. Pour son apparition au Louvre, JR fait disparaître la Pyramide. Fondation Louis Vuitton - Site officiel. L'école du Centre Pompidou – Centre Pompidou. © Sophie Calle, Droits réservés En classe avec Sophie Calle.
Centre Pompidou. Aretha Franklin Exhibit Set To Open In Detroit Museum. An exhibit dedicated to the life and legacy of Aretha Franklin will open this week at a Detroit museum.
Approved by the late singer’s estate, ‘Think: A Tribute to the Queen of Soul’ arrives at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History this Tuesday, 25 September and will exhibit until 21 January 2019. “This is an opportunity for people to come back and engage, reminisce and reflect,” Wright museum board member Kelly Major Green told the Detroit Free Press. “It’s the beginning of a much longer expression of who Aretha is.” The exhibit will feature wardrobe, shoes, video displays and photos from throughout Franklin’s career, including a copy of the first-ever recording Franklin released, a 1956 vinyl of ‘Never Grow Old’ by “Aretha Franklin, Daughter of Rev. The Charles H. The new exhibition came together quickly in the weeks following Franklin’s death. “The Aretha mojo lives,” said Green. Top 5 Hearts – Top 5. David Hockney – ‘I Like to Live in the Now’
Greatest Films - The Best Movies in Cinematic History. Quiz: Which artist should design your bedroom? – Quiz. David Hammons. African-American Flag. 1990. Norman Rockwell Museum - The Home for American Illustration. Studio Museum in Harlem. Hi reader in Canada, it seems you use Wikipedia a lot.
This Saturday we ask you to protect Wikipedia's independence. It's December 2, we haven't hit our goal, and time is running out in 2017 to help us. We depend on donations averaging $15, but fewer than 1% of readers give. If you donate just $3, the price of your Saturday coffee, you would help keep Wikipedia thriving for years. Please take a minute to keep Wikipedia growing. Maybe later. MoMA. The Guggenheim Puts Online 1700 Great Works of Modern Art from 625 Artists. If you were to ask me in my callow years as a young art student to name my favorite painter, I would have answered without a moment’s hesitation: Wassily Kandinsky.
His theoretical bent, his mysticism, his seemingly near total creative independence…. There were times when Kandinsky the thinker, writer, and teacher appealed to me even more than Kandinsky the painter. This may go a ways toward explaining why I left art school after my first year to pursue writing and teaching. But nowadays, having seen a tiny bit more of the world and its bountiful artistic treasures, I might pause for just a moment if asked about my favorite painter… then I’d answer: Wassily Kandinsky. Le Met autorise l'utilisation gratuite et sans condition de 375 000 images d’œuvres d'art - Pop culture. Le Metropolitan Museum of Art annonce cette semaine l'arrivée d'une licence très permissive pour 375 000 images d’œuvres d'art.