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Guan Wei artist interview

My name’s Guan Wei. I became an artist since 1980s, very early, yeah. And I quite like making stories in my works, not only for your eyes, also for your ideas. Firstly, I think humour is very important and that’s why in my work you can find some humour in my pictures. Secondly is knowledge […]

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HANOK GALLERY CAFE IN GANGHWADO 강화도 한옥갤러리카페

what a beautiful sky 6:22 am September 26 2019 GALLERY CAFE Today we’re gonna visit the gallery cafe in Ganghwado named HANOK GALLERY CAFE DOSOL ART MUSEUM Hubby found this cafe through internet blog and it’s a HANOK private house Honey, I’ll take picture of you in the middle HANOK is a Korean traditional house […]

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Louise Bourgeois | HOW TO SEE the artist with Sewon Kang

Welcome to the Museum of Modern Art. Here we are on the third floor in front of “Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait.” My name is Sewon Kang and I’m the curatorial assistant helping Debbie Wai to curate the show. Louise Bourgeois was a French-born, American artist. She was first trained as a painter and a […]

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Hank Willis Thomas: Unbranded | ARTIST PROFILES

You see the one that says Ebony on the bottom right? It’s got the JET magazines. Oh, it’s not JET magazines. It’s buttons, but here’s the JET magazines, the magazines that I used to do the original Unbranded series. Looking at an advertisement from a certain period of time is like hopping into a time […]

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Conserving Albrecht Dürer’s Monumental Arch

Freyda Spira: Working in a collection where there are 1.5 million objects, you often find hidden treasures, and I feel very lucky that as a scholar of German printmaking from the Renaissance, I was able to open the doors of the storeroom and find this incredible thing. The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian was commissioned around […]