Let them eat cake! Or, how desert help define American Pop Art.
In honor of the recent french election, let’s take a look at a favored french pastime: revolution.
Mankind’s oldest artwork and dullest lecture.
This past weekend I waged battle against half of Washington DC and emerged triumphant. I secured ever elusive tickets to Infinite Kusama Exhibition at the Hirschhorn.
To be fair, I did not sit in line starting at 5:30AM like other dogged souls. Instead, I went the corporate route. After waiting for 30 minutes to sign up for a Hirshhorn membership, I secured two of the literally gold-colored tickets. To the people who waited in the cold line and shipping container turned coffee shop, I salute you.
Art for art’s sake! Or, if that doesn’t work here are some other reasons.
In 1841, painter John Goffe Rand was struck with a brilliant idea. Rather than spend hours mixing and re-creating paint colors in a studio, he put oil paint in tin tubes with a cap. And the art world went boom.