New Orleans, Louisiana
I cruised through a retrospective of McCauley ("Mac") Conner's hand-painted illustrations at The Museum of the City of New York.
Some of my favorite finds from a trip to Tokyo National Museum...
I cruised through the Jeff Koons retrospective which was also the last exhibition to take place in Whitney's uptown space before moving to their new building in Spring 2015.
Before The Domino Factory in Brooklyn makes way for new apartments (sadly) Kara Walker staged an installation made of what else but sugar.
I am familiar with most of Mapplethorpe's work but the wall of color flowers was a huge highlight halfway through the exhibition.
A few moments from a stroll through The Louvre.
Some of the stand out pieces from this year’s Frieze Art Fair
I did not expect to see as much street art as I did in Valparaiso. The whole city is a canvas displaying the highest caliber of graffiti and murals.
A neoclassical structure where I got to see exhibitions by Chilean artists and where I discovered the photography of Sergio Larraine.
The Bellavista district is covered with murals and graffiti as is many other parts of the city. Some great art can be found by just taking a long walk about.
Saw a preview performance of Cabaret at Studio 54 starring Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams.
This is one of the more impressive exhibits I have seen in NYC in quite a while.
The weather in San Francisco was brilliant and I wanted to see some art.