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When Art History and Tech Collide

Have you seen the new craze? It’s all over Instagram and Facebook. People from around the world are using Google’s free museum app to find their art history doppelgängers! Google’s Arts and Culture app has been around since 2016. Originally, … Continue reading

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Carole Feuerman’s Realistic Artwork on Display at One Exchange Plaza

The lobby inside the One Exchange Plaza on Broadway is one of New York City’s newest art spaces. Currently on display is Carole Feuerman’s hyperrealistic sculptures. They bring a strange, soft humanity to the gallery. The display is titled PERCEPTION … Continue reading

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Hidden Treasures in NYC’s Museum Gift Shops

I often write about the fantastic exhibitions and artworks being installed in the numerous museums of New York City, but rarely do I discuss a now-quintessential part of most arts institutions: the gift shop. Museum shops often carry wonderful trinkets … Continue reading

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First Annual ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 Stoop Sale

When I was a kid, going back to school was always met with sadness at summer’s sudden end as well as a little bit of trepidation. Something that helped curb both of those childhood feelings was the excitement of all … Continue reading

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Nintendo’s Art Academy Has Something For Everyone

With every advance of technology comes a greater capacity to create educational tools and opportunities for anyone with access to that technology. And while, for the most part, video games are meant purely for entertainment, sometimes they’re much more than … Continue reading

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