Michelle Menzies, curator of the New Zealand Festival exhibition Cinema & Painting at Wellington’s Adam Art Gallery, wants to make one thing clear – it isn’t some kind of self-referential show. “This exhibition is not about paintings about films, or movies which represent paintings
Andy Warhol is not only one of the world’s best known artists, but one of the few who was famous and fetched high prices while alive. Since his death in 1987, he has become pervasive, with many exhibitions, books and more, and his works are far more valuable
Last week a very large eyeball washed up on a Tamps, Florida shoreline, which has been the topic of discussion for many Florida, and national scientists. The mystery, however, seems to have been solved. A Swordfish It looks like the big blue eyeball found on a Florida beach last week was cut out of a […]
In 1997, the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City announced that Yoshio Taniguchi had won a 10-entrant competition against world-famous architects like Bernard Tschumi and Rem Koolhaas to design the museum’s $425 million overhaul. Around the world, art lovers and architecture mavens alike responded with a loud, bemused, “Who?” So unknown was the 67-year-old architect outside his native Japan that one confused well-wisher congratulated Terence Riley, MOMA’s chief curator of architecture and design, on selecting “Tony Gucci,” a nonexistent Italian architect.
A man was mauled by a Siberian Tiger Monday morning after he and a friend scaled the fence of the Calgary Zoo and pressed up against the tiger cage, zoo officials said during a press conference. “The information we have is that while his injuries appear not to be life-threatening, they are, however, quite serious,” Graham Netwon, the Zoo’s director and Chief Financial Officer, said at a press conference Monday.