Lunch Time at The Rubin Museum.

What is better than spending an hour in a warm, small, yet rich temple-like museum, with Buddhas displayed all around you? And did you know there is a shrine and meditation room? YES. The murals within the temple feature esoteric images and narratives. The gallery presents full-scale photographic reproductions of some of the murals. These state…

Manus X Machina – Fashion in an Age of Technology

The show’s intention is to liberate the handmade and the machine-made from their usual confines of the haute couture and prêt-à-porter.

Islamic Art Section at the Metropolitan Museum of New York City

In this entry, I explore the splendiferous collections of The Art of the Arab Lands , Turkey, Iran, Central Asia, and later South Asia section at the Metropolitan Museum of New York City. I love to gallivant inside museums of this great metropolis in quest for art, religion, history, and identity that trace back to the…

The James Gallery Events – Check Them Out!

Capture Practice: Arkadi Zaides Exhibition and Opening Reception Thu, Feb 4, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm | The James Gallery Arkadi Zaides in collaboration with Daniel Landau, Dana Shalev, Effi Weiss & Amir Borenstein How do individuals take on the bodily affect of the dominant structure? What are the range of choices of haptic responses,…

The Whitney Museum of American Art

I was fascinated by the array of beautiful works of each talented artist, themes and differences in tone, simultaneously creating an authentic tone for each and every display.

A Free Day in The Metropolitan Museum of Art

October 24, 2011 Nothing beats going to the museum on a Sunday afternoon. Each museum holds a landmark of New York City. Museums displays include schools of history, arts and design. The architectural structure of each institution shares a unique sense of time, space and culture. Exhibitions and art installations change all year-round. I am interested in…