A museum walk at Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town

Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa known as Zeitz MOCAA is a contemporary art museum located at the V&A Waterfront, Silo District in Cape Town, South Africa. Zeitz MOCAA collects, preserves, and exhibits 21st-century art from all over Africa. The museum hosts international exhibitions supports educational and enrichment programmes and encourages Read More …

A museum walk at Musee de l’Orangerie in Paris

Paris is loved for the café culture, shopping, its famous landmarks and but mostly for the wonderful museums.  From the Louvre to Musee del l’Armee .. there is so much to see, learn and experience…  One museum I adore is Musee de l’Orangerie, located inside the Tuileries Garden, Paris. Its compact size Read More …

Gustav Klimt: The Golden Kiss and more at the Belvedere, Vienna

Almost everyone has heard of the famous Painting Kiss by Gustav Klimt which portrays a couple in a loving embrace sharing an intimate moment in a field of flowers and gold leaf.  Gustav Klimt was an Austrian Symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Art Read More …

Fridamania: Celebrating Frida Kahlo’s 110th Birthday at the DMA

It’s a Frida Fest here at the Dallas Museum of Art! Fueled by the rediscovery of Frida Kahlo along with a biopic in her name, Fridamania has kicked off once again, this time at the DMA. In celebration of the Dallas Museum of Art’s widely successful México exhibit featuring artists Read More …

Museum Walk: A visit to the Clinton Presidential Library

I had the opportunity to visit the William J Clinton Presidential Library and Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas. The design inspiration for the Museum is said to be the Long Room at Trinity College Dublin.  The Museum along with a reproduction of the Moonrock displays about 4500 blue boxes containing Read More …

DMA Nights: A date with Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock is one of the most influential and provocative American artists of the twentieth century.  Pollock perfected his revolutionary drip technique somewhere between 1947 and 1950.  Hovering over a large piece of canvas stretched out on his studio floor, he poured, dripped and flicked paint from the end of Read More …