There is no art that is greater or lesser than another. There can be art that affects us personally to greater or lesser degrees, but that’s all.
We don’t wipe, because to wipe would be to wash away our identities.
Wear a mask, crown (or other headwear) that you made all day.
Art has the dubious distinction of representing a culture, and the ability of art to shape perception is understood by those who want a say in how their culture is recognized. The stakes are high for both artists and patrons.
I, like many recent university graduates, am currently working in a field unrelated to the degree I spent 4 years attaining #sigh.
I entered the next room, sat down, put the flower on the table between up and said, “I’m not like them.”
No, not a journey necklace.
Through the use of blogs, online newspapers, and social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, the written form has changed. There’s absolutely no way of denying this fact, and here are seven reasons why.
Just watched the movie “Her.” If you haven’t seen it yet, I highly suggest you do. If you have seen it, whoa right?
Predictably, “Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary” (September 28, 2013–January 12, 2014) at the Museum of Modern Art, packed them in.