One of the few things that I have always kept in mind about Chinese history, is its turbulence. It has had a plethora of both extreme beauty, and pernicious violence that over the centuries has resulted in some of the most striking art that can be seen today. In sharp contract from the Del Toro exhibition, Alternative … More Alternative Dreams: longing for 17th Century China
I managed to sneak in a quick visit to the LACMA’s exhibition Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear 1715-2015 before it was taken off display on August 21st. It was a specially ticket exhibition, that cost extra to see along with a general admission ticket. I apologize for bringing this review to you after its … More Men’s Fashion is Important too: Reigning Men
Pokémon Go has been sweeping the world. More people are now using this app on their smartphones than even some social media apps. It has become a phenomenon to many, and some would argue just another fad. Here in Los Angeles where our lives are to a large extent influenced and dictated by what is … More Pokémon Go
Alright everyone, please grab a coffee, a tea, a glass of wine, whatever is appropriate for the time of day where you are- this review is going to be a tad long. I apologize in advance, there is just so much to cover! The new Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters exhibition on at … More At home with Guillermo del Toro, and his monsters!
Hello everyone, long time no blog! Over a month has gone by and I have found myself with a bit of writer’s block, but hopefully something short and sweet will help me overcome it! The action of ‘visiting museums’ is hardly a science or an art form, but helpful tips can always be appreciated. From … More 3 Things to Bring to Museums… and 3 Things Not to Bring!
I caught an article headline on Twitter a few weeks ago by Robert Reid from National Geographic. I am a big fan of National Geographic, I like the work they do. I want to share a snip-it from this article here; one that I think is worth mentioning. Worth drawing attention to, and frankly work … More Museums = Overrated? a NatGeo article
While on my trip to Northern California, I made my way with some friends out to San Simeon on the Coast to Hearst Castle. I had never been before, and it was highly recommended on Yelp and Trip Advisor as one of the top destinations in the area. Hearst Castle, as we came out find … More Hearst Castle: We Could, We Could, Belong Together
Greetings once again, to the digital world! I have been away for a few weeks, but today I have a blog for you on my trip to the brand spankin’ new modern art museum in downtown LA, The Broad. The Broad’s collection was built by Eli an Edyth Broad who have been collecting postwar and … More The Broad #ArtOnFleek
This post is going out a bit later than anticipated, but I still wanted to write a bit on the wonderful article London Down Under in the February 2016 issue of National Geographic by Roff Smith. I would first like to say that this was a wonderful issue, and I overall enjoyed all of the … More National Geographic Pt.2: London Down Under
Greetings! I hope everyone is having a great weekend. I had a quiet Saturday morning, so I thought I would sit down with a cup of tea and chat with you about something that has been trending recently. Adult coloring books have become increasingly popular as of late. It has been said that they can … More Adult Coloring Books: Fad vs. Trend