If it’s the first time you’re stepping into an art museum, chances are you’re a little overwhelmed.
Loads of paintings live on the walls, from the thick, impasto expressionists to the wisps of light colour from the impressionists. Sculptures stand free in each room, and jewelry, photography, and media round out what’s left to see.
Whether you love Picasso or only know a few of his works, you should definitely swing by the Museum of Modern Art to check out the latest exhibit.
Pablo Picasso’s cardboard and sheet metal Guitar sculptures combine the structural, spatial, and material experimentation in his long career.
In 1912, Picasso made a guitar with cardboard, paper, string, and wire—materials he cut, folded, threaded, and glued. This instrument resembled no artwork ever seen before–his and otherwise. Continue Reading
You might not think you know a thing about classical music, but chances are, you know more than you think. I don’t necessarily mean classical music straight from the Classical period, but art music in general. A wide variety of Romantic, Baroque, Classical, and Modern music is played over and over again… And you might actually be a fan. Continue Reading
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Rufus Wainwright, 37, is a surely known for his vibrancy as a musician, lending himself to a household name in pop and rock. But lately, Continue Reading
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The Victoria Symphony Splash played its way into its third decade on Sunday night, as thousands of folks attended the community concert filled with classical Continue Reading
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Thirty-five year old Canadian conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin is the new music