Written by | July 21, 2015 17:35 | No Comments

‘Wayne Coyne’s work is among the most jubilant in our Big Hope Show,’ said AVAM founder Rebecca Hoffberger, who is curating the exhibition. ‘Surviving a violent, near-death experience awakened in him a joy and a tsunami of endless creativity rarely seen in anyone. His drawings remind me of those most beloved by Saint-Exupéry, his lyrics are poetry.’

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Written by | December 3, 2014 0:08 | No Comments

Isn’t it ridiculous? She has lived for 5 minutes and there is an exhibit about her life! On display through May 10th 2015, you will be able to see: Taylor’s early childhood reading books, never-before-seen family and childhood photos, tour costumes from the RED Tour, handwritten lyrics for the hit “22”, her 2009 GRAMMY Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “White Horse…

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Written by | March 4, 2014 0:07 | No Comments

First a platinum LP, then a best-selling book—and then, at last, an award-winning prime-time television special. In 1974, Free to Be…You and Me burst into homes across America, introducing children (and their parents) to a whole new way of combining education and entertainment

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Written by | January 22, 2011 8:12 | No Comments

If you go to the Morgan Library Museum you will see, along with Charlotte Bronte’s diary, Bob Dylan’s spiral notecase from the 1974 tour (Before the Flood) with the band. The good word is Dylan has said none of these diaries can be publish before his death though from what I’ve read about them: all hotel etchings and “exploding galaxies” quotes I don’t know why!!

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Written by | January 15, 2011 8:40 | No Comments

In 1912 the Picasso fashioned a guitar from cardboard, paper, string, and wire, materials he cut, folded, threaded, and glue.  Nothing like it done before and although it wasn’t a working model it was cool rocker chic, long before rockers even existed. Two years later he banged a guitar sculpture out of sheet metal Now you can see these guitars at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC from February 13- June 6.  Picasso: Guitars 1912–1914  brings together some seventy closely connected collages, constructions, drawings, paintings, and photographs assembled from over thirty public and private collections kinda shows how diverse and …

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Written by | January 8, 2011 8:01 | No Comments

I can’t seem to figure out what it is all about or, rather, which album covers they are re-imagining, but I betcha Andy Warhol’s Sticky Fingers is represented. Cover Version LP Jan 11—Mar 20, 2011 In Cover Version (LP), curated by Timothy Hull and organized by BAMart, over two dozen diverse artists reimagine the cover art of albums they find influential. These unique reinterpretations of the iconic LP bring new life to the art that covers vinyl, highlighting the intersections of art and music. Artists:Glen BaldridgeKadar BrockColby BirdJessica CannonMathew CerlettyDevon CostelloJustin CraunTM DavyLangdon GravesJoseph HartElizabeth HueyScott HugButt JohnsonFaten KanaanDenise KupferschmidtJosh …

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