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Beautiful Beasts:Through the history of art
Beautiful Beasts At the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, As I put myself in a Curator's shoes I wanted to pick something that grabbed my attention. I was most impressed by the artworks and objects representing animals because I love any breed of...

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Field Trip #5: Performance Art at the Whitney Museum
Visiting
the Whitney Museum of American Art’s exhibit “Rituals of Rented Island”, I got
to see “happenings” from history that made a big impact during the time it was
created and until today. As it only exists in documentation today, the artworks
displayed ...

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LES Galleries Reaction
Traveling to the Lower East Side was interesting to see some of the artworks that have been made by less known artists. In these exhibits I felt that they had the same type of setting, like the "White Cube" spaces in Chelsea, though these exhibits were more...

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LES Galleries Reaction
Traveling to the Lower East Side was interesting to see some of the artworks that have been made by less known artists. In these exhibits I felt that they had the same type of setting, like the "White Cube" spaces in Chelsea, though these exhibits were more...

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Magritte at the MoMA
One artwork I chose at the Magritte exhibition was "Les Amants" that was painted in 1928. I believe this painting was very creative in the reason of how and why it was painted. It depicts the reality and fantasy at the same time. Magritte painted a couple k...

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Going to MoMA again, I was really able to analyze
the various design exhibits. These design galleries had many objects that were
made by artist for the real world utility. Another word for it is called
Ergonomics, where you can use the artworks for every da...

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Illustrate a Story (Project 3)
When hearing the stories, most of them had a melancholy mood to them, I wanted a story that resembled something funny, cool, and unusual. I came across Dawn and Don Bruke, a couple that decided to start a sanctuary for rats. The sanctuary that is, is their ...

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Chelsea Galleries Field Trip 5
The trip to Chelsea in Manhattan was a fun experience because we got to analyze different pieces of artwork physically and emotionally. One of the galleries that stood out to me the most was the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. This gallery had very creative artwork...

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Field Trip #1
  Going to MoMA for the first time really made me see art from a different perspective. From observing art through the computer is not the same as being right in front of it. In person you can see the texture of the artwork and the thoughts put into it. It'...
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