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Halloween decorations in front of the Elverhoj Museum of History & Art on October 24, 2015.

Elverhoj Museum Delves into the Past, Present, and Future

The Elverhoj Museum has long been central California’s home of Danish art and culture, residing in the recreated Danish village of Solvang, a town surrounding the wineries of Santa Barbara County and the Pacific Ocean. Tomorrow, the museum will debut its new exhibition, “Past, Present, and Future: Celebrating 30 years of art in the community.” […]

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A happy boy with paint all over his hands.

Is it Art or Play? Museum-Goers Decide At These Exhibitions

What does play have to do with creating some serious art? Well, a whole lot, according to The Art Newspaper’s article, “Playtime: How Artists Have Been Unleashing Their Inner Child This Summer.” Multiple exhibitions are now exploring the link between recreational fun and creativity. One such exhibition, titled, “Serious Play: Design in Mid-century America,” will […]

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A photo of people dancing at a club.

‘Night Fever’ Exhibit Chronicles Club Culture

When most people go clubbing, they don’t marvel at the architecture or whisper about how the decor is so art nouveau. But the Vitra Design Museum in Rhein, Germany is changing the way people think about clubs. Night Fever, which opened in March and will remain on display through Sept. 9, 2018, examines the arrival of […]

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An athletic man with a prosthetic leg getting ready to run track.

Exhibition in Portland Celebrates the History of Prosthetic Design

Prosthetics have come a long way from the the original papier maché toes used in 600 B.C. With the medicine, robotics, sensors, and 3D-printing industries now working together, prosthetics are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. “Bespoke Bodies: The Design & Craft of Prosthetics,” an exhibition and education program on display at the Pacific Northwest College of […]

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Hand-made signs from Muslims that express their support of the LGBT+ community.

Art Exhibit Explores Queer Muslim Identities

On June 12, 2016, a homophobic Muslim man by the name of Omar Mateen opened fire inside of an LGBT nightclub—killing 49 people and injuring 58 others. Known as the Pulse massacre, it remains one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern U.S. history. The alleged motive was that Mateen himself was gay. Rumor has […]

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A photo of a shoeshine stand taken in the Southeastern U.S. in 1936. The image was captured by photographer Walker Evans.

Last Chance to See Iconic Photographer at SFMOMA

Photographer Walker Evans, best known for his work documenting everyday life during the Great Depression, has a new home: Until February 4, his work will be displayed as part of an exhibit at SFMOMA. Including everything from his earliest self-portraits to his photographs capturing average men and women on the streets, the SFMOMA exhibit is […]

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Exhibit ‘Design in the Digital Age’ Inspired by Natural Algorithms

In September 2017, Dutch designer Joris Laarman debuted his first major exhibition in the U.S., titled “Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age,” at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Laarman received critical acclaim from art purveyors and media outlets like The New York Times. His exhibit pioneers a distinctive take on a common household object: […]

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A photo taken from the outside of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).

Upcoming SFMOMA Exhibits You Won’t Want to Miss

Some stellar exhibits are coming to SFMOMA in the coming months—not to mention some recently-added displays that are available right now. Robert Rauschenberg, Julie Mehretu, Isamu Noguchi, and more will have multidisciplinary work on display in the coming months. As you might expect, these exhibits are made possible by a series of donors and arts […]

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A French bulldog covered in paint.

‘Dogumenta’: The Art Exhibit By Dogs for Dogs

Rocky is a Maltese mix, a ten-pound little scruff of a fellow rescued by art critic Jessica Dawson. And she thinks very, very highly of him. “I was surprised to see that Rocky could sniff out some of the best artwork in New York,” Ms. Dawson said in a statement to The New York Times about […]

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An illustration of a blonde woman without any eyes.

Journey Into a Dark World With ‘Another Place’

Shrine is an artist-run gallery on Henry Street, near Two Bridges. It hosts surrealist art, mostly, and sells custom skateboard decks. From now through September 3rd, Shrine is hosting an eerie exhibition called “Another Place.” It is a collection of very loosely figurative work by a dozen painters and multimedia sculptors. All of the works […]

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