Month: December 2014

Rothko’s Murals return to Harvard

Back in 1962, artist Mark Rothko painted 5 large murals exclusively for Harvard University. These works have been in storage for decades and have just undergone a major restoration. In addition to  all the conservation work on them, during the exhibit there will be projections of light onto the murals to enhance them, giving them […]


“Picasso & the Camera”, through January 3 at the Gagosian Gallery, NY.

John Richardson, Picasso’s biographer, curated pieces of Picasso’s life including 225 photographs, 7 home movies made by Picasso (and had never been seen before in the US). Picasso used photography as a “study of light on different surfaces”. The films are on constant run in a central space. It is so fascinating to see him […]


Dog Show, Morristown Museum

The Dog Show: The Art of Our Canine Companions Through December 14, 2014 We attended this wonderful show at the Morris Museum celebrating dogs in art (19th c to present) with a focus on British and American artists. This exhibition examines works of art in which the dog is the main subject: the exhibit shows […]