Please Do Touch -New Exhibit Allows the Blind to Touch Famous Pieces of Art

Madrid’s Prado Museum Introduces Unique Art Exhibition for the Blind Guests feel a textured version of Velazquez’s “The Triumph of Baccus” (image courtesy of Museo Nacional Del Prado) The Museo Nacional Del Prado (Madrid, Spain) opened its first exhibit for the sight impaired recently which allows people to touch recreated famous classical masterpieces. For the visually…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 19/02/2015

The World of Fakes, Forgeries and Trickery by M Theresa Brown

Sometimes, in the course of creating art, it’s fun to put down the paintbrush and delve into the little known realms of art history. I did just that when I came across an excellent article on “Varsity,” an online publication from Cambridge University in the UK. The article “Faking it” is a well written and…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010

Tim Burton Exhibit at MoMA by Heather Goldstein

The Museum of Modern Art opened a comprehensive retrospective of Tim Burton’s work from childhood until now on November 22, 2009. The exhibit will remain open until April 26, 2010 and it is still busy with viewers eager to see Burton’s progression as an artist. This past weekend, I was one of those fans. I…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010