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Museum Nerd
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I know who DFW in this @steveESPOpowers mural is, but who's THR? And Fong?
Ragnar Kjartansson's somberly moving SS Hangover is in Central Park thanks to @creativetimeNYC.
“I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them.” — Diane Arbus @museumnerd
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They're making some progress on the Santiago Calatrava wing thing at the WTC.
“Today everything exists to end in a photograph.” — Susan Sontag @museumnerd
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The @DiaArtFndn taking over the super-trippy Dream House makes perfect sense. cc: @artEdna
Unless my math is wrong, WWII killed about 3% of the world's population. Learning at @amhistorymuseum in DC.
Great detailed model of "The Turtle," the 1776 one-man sub made to attach a bomb to a British ship. @amhistorymuseum
Man, I love Tony Smith. [Moondog, 1964]
Museums and their extravagant expansions... Sheesh. RT @Mmuseumm Mmuseumm 2, Season 1 coming soon.
I been in the game since @art was art 20.
Durante su matrimonio #CarlosV e Isabel tuvieron 3 hijos: #FelipeII, Mª (emperatriz Austria) y Juana (reina Portugal)
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It took a few years to finally ask what these strange things were sitting around the museums.
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Untitled, 1981 Chalk on paper, dimension unknown © Keith Haring Foundation
MoMA's Why-are-you-here? homepage survey didn't have my reason! So I chose "I want to learn..." Cool survey though!
Curators! Showing Morris Hirschfield at MoMA in 1943 cost Alfred Barr his job: don't try and be ahead of your time
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Hey @Tate, you're an answer in today's @nytimes crossword puzzle!
Photo of the first cell phone call ever made in Seattle!
I love that @MOHAI still lets you get a close up view of the 1950 water-speed-record breaker, Slo-mo-shun IV.
The 1889 Seattle fire video with surrounding cases that light up is highly entertaining. #MOHAI