The collection spans all ages and the globe. Captured a few of my favorites here...
The National Palace Museum in Taipei has one of the largest collections of ancient Chinese artworks and relics in the world.
Great to have this museum back up and running in San Francisco in its new space.
A beautiful collection of four new pieces of work by Richard Serra at Gagosian Gallery.
The National WWII Museum is an interactive look into the lives of Americans taking part in the war.
Austin has a wealth of great street art and murals. Keep your eyes peeled because they can pop up at any moment.
Makes you feel like a small slice of the city can be yours, and everyone's and be adorned however we bloody wish.
Bucking the establishment and focusing on lesser known, self taught artists doing their own outsider thing.
Get to David Zwirner to watch this robot get dragged around by a couple of heavy chained motors.
LACMA is a huge complex on Miracle Mile that was having a retrospective for Robert Mapplethorpe.
I made the trek up to The Getty for the Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition which spans his entire career from the 70s to the 90s.
Tom of Finland (aka Touko Laaksonen) made some of the most iconic gay images ever and is probably one of the more broadly under appreciated and unknown illustrators of the twentieth century.
The Contemporary Art Museum in Niterói is one of Oscar Niemeyer's most famous and recognizable buildings.
This impressive deco Jesus Christ statue sits at the top of Corcovado mountain and looks over all of Rio.
Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón was primarily a painter but was obsessed with his stairway art project.