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April showers bring May flowers but they also offer up a great time to head indoors. There are a lot of great museum exhibitions on view this spring and not just in New York. I am planning a couple road trips to see some of them. Here’s where you should head inside the next time it rains. Seurat’s […]

Last week I noticed two interesting Instagram photos posted from Milan on the same day. One was taken by interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein and the other by editor J.J. Martin. While they both had different captions and descriptions, I had a feeling they were  both visiting the same place.  After some careful online sleuthing, I discovered […]

Save the Frick

05 . 10 . 15

I’ve been hearing too many stories recently about great design being changed or destroyed.  The iconic 1960’s Hotel Okura in Tokyo is slated for demolition in September of this year. Real estate mogul Aby Rosen wants to make changes to the legendary Philip Johnson designed Four Seasons restaurant in New York. The gorgeous Rizzoli bookstore has already […]

Woman in Gold

03 . 20 . 15

Spring doesn’t just mean warmer weather and new clothes. It also marks the debut of new museum exhibitions and films.  In the case of the Woman in Gold, both of these things are related. Gustav Klimt and Adele Bloch-Bauer: The Woman in Gold will open at the Neue Galerie in New York on April 1, 2015 […]

The Musée Picasso in Paris has finally reopened after being closed for renovations for five years.  It was supposed to reopen in June but it was so mired in scandal and controversy that it was delayed until Pablo Picasso’s birthdate of October 25th. The museum is located in the Marais in the Hôtel Salé, described as the grandest 17th-century hôtel […]

I can’t believe I have just one more week left in Paris. There is so much I will miss and so much I didn’t get to check off my list this summer.  I’m actually glad I didn’t see it all though because it will give me even more incentive to return again soon.  One of […]

I love that two months into my stay in Paris, I am still discovering new places.  But I can’t believe I’ve not seen one person or article that has ever suggested visiting the free Atelier Brancusi exhibit next to the Centre Pompidou.  The artist Constantin Brancusi bequeathed his studio along with the entire contents to the […]

Fête Nationale

07 . 15 . 14

I was so busy enjoying my extra day off on Monday in Paris that I didn’t get a chance to post until late.  Better late than never I guess.  Bastille Day is known in France as Fête Nationale du 14 juillet or just let quatorze juillet.  It’s their Independence Day and they celebrate it with gusto […]

Fun at The Frick

10 . 26 . 13

If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, I highly recommend making a trip to The Frick Collection to see Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis. Well, first you should order timed tickets online so you don’t have to stand in the queue and then you should head […]

It’s cold again in New York and what better way to escape the weather than by visiting a museum.  I can’t wait to visit the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum for Color Moves: The Art and Fashion of Sonia Delauney which runs through June 5, 2011.  This show epitomizes one of my favorite blog topics which is how art, […]

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