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Art Thoughts: Rothko

This will probably be of one of a few posts in this series about Rothko. I love his work. I love it. I wrote a paper of length as an undergraduate that explored his identity as a Jewish Russian emigre to the United States around the time of the 1905 Russian Revolution. 208 mots de plus


Rothko No. 14

This is where I would like to be right now: staring into a Rothko abstract. No pressure. No nothing. Just color and whatever it is that brightens it. 39 mots de plus


Mark Rothko Explained

In this short video you will find out everything you need for a basic knowledge of Rothko’s paintings. You may just think they are flat areas of colour, but those flat areas of colour are one of the 20th century’s most recognisable and collectable groups of paintings.

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Phoenix Art Museum: A Cultural Oasis in the Desert

From Andy Warhol’s Pop portraits to Leonardo daVinci’s rare Codex Leicester, the Phoenix Art Museum presents some outstanding exhibitions. Its permanent collection of 18,000 works makes it the largest art museum in the southwestern United States yet it seldom feels crowded, allowing visitors plenty of face time with the masters on the walls. 493 mots de plus



Mark Rothko. Untitled, 1969.

I saw this painting with my father. He isn’t one for modern art. Upon seeing it he remarked, loudly in the hushed gallery, « What is that, the moon? 232 mots de plus

double trouble, double conscience


A long overdue excursion was successfully completed on Thursday, July 2, 2015.

My best pal, Karen, and I reached summit at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Grand Avenue). 553 mots de plus

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red - rouge - rot - rosso - rojo

I am having a love affair with red at the moment. Maybe it’s a winter thing.

As I indulge myself cruising around artstack, pinterest… 261 mots de plus

Inspiration | Aspiration