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Museum Nerd

The former Globe Grain & Milling Co. space that Hauser Wirth & Schimmel is fascinating. Unrelated: Hi @cmonstah!
Apparently galleries in LA have a bit more space to play than galleries in NYC.
Louise Bourgeois was, in fact, once young!
Finally made it to the amazing Bradbury Building (featured in Blade Runner). Thanks for the #LAtip @alexiskmanheim!
I like Landon Graves's little hidden surprises, like the little bug on the wall in this installation.
My camera had trouble white balancing this Landon Graves environment at #victorimo gallery. Funky fun stuff.
A couple more by Clintel Steed at Life on Mars Gallery in Bushwick.
Something about the palette & paint application in this Clintel Steed work remind me of SF painter 'Jess.' @artEdna
I'm so grateful that @HauserWirth has preserved the free espresso bar from their inaugural Roth show.
This little 18x24" oil on paper is my favorite Guston in Schimmel's @HauserWirth show. So meaty.
Philip Guston working on semiotic chops in charcoal from '67—'69... building towards his awkward/elegant figuration.
Guess I respond more favorably to the humanity of Guston's pinky russets. Most of this work is overcast, yet active.
Paul Schimmel-curated Philip Guston show at @HauserWirth focuses on his '57—'67 transition from AbEx to figuration.
@museumnerd Hello Museum Nerd I like museums too! Perhaps you like my poem....psb
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[Blog] 14 Parisian Museums digitise their collections @parismusees
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Ethereal triptych by Julie Hedrick: "Ariadne's Golden Thread" at Nohra Haime Gallery uptown.
We launched a new digital map!📍maps.metmuseum.orgZ - Try it out and get the story…Kw
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Barbara Kruger mural for @HighLineArtnyc. "Blind idealism is ... ... [partially hidden by a tree]."
The general contents of the British Museum, 1762. On how to visit a museum.
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“We walked all around this big museum. A museum is a place where you can see art or animals. This museum..."
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In his 80’s, Claude Monet literally saw the world in a different way.… @museumnerd
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Digging these rampaging robot thrift store finds of #JimShaw 's at @newmuseum. #lastday
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