Keith Haring & The Political Line: Timeless Observations on Politics and Power

I was in San Francisco during the holidays and was able to experience The Political Line at the De Young Museum.  This retrospective of Keith Haring took a curatorial deep dive into the artist’s creative psyche.  The show highlights his portfolio of work that addresses race, power, sex, political conflict, the environment and technology. This is … Continue reading Keith Haring & The Political Line: Timeless Observations on Politics and Power

The Impressionists and Guerilla Foodies: Exquisite Rebellion in Paris

Disclaimer:  I am not an art critic, and did not study Art History.  I’m simply crazy about Contemporary Art.  In my quest for knowledge I slowly learn as I go, and while I’m not going to love, understand or appreciate everything I see, each museum exhibit or gallery visit I attend opens my eyes and … Continue reading The Impressionists and Guerilla Foodies: Exquisite Rebellion in Paris