Hurricane Andrew, for anyone that fully experienced it, was something completely out of the Twilight Zone. We could not have anticipated it – no one could have. Not even Bryan Norcross himself (who spoke at the opening event pictured here). My memory of that night is crystal clear: sheer anxiety, the dog and cats (and… Read More History Miami, Hurricane Andrew Exhibit
History Miami is a gem in downtown Miami. This was my first visit – I walked out with a membership. Though I was there for the Hurricane Andrew exhibit (open through 1/15/18), I spent some time perusing their other cultural relics and adding my own story to their interactive walls. Visit their site for more… Read More History Miami
I managed to make it to the very last day of this exhibit at the PAMM. Thank god I did. RIP JMB. Forever #famous.
My favorite building in the entire city. ❤️ And an ode to the Cuban Experience in Miami … powerful, beautiful and complemented by its own curated museum.
Few museums – even in LA – can match the grandeur of The Getty. The gardens, angles, landscaping and views are all meticulously laid out. So much so that you could spend a full afternoon simply appreciating the strange beauty of both the 405 and the Pacific Ocean from The Getty’s vantage point. Now, museum-goers… Read More The Getty
So, I’m a little sad that I only discovered this on accident as I was patronizing the row of food trucks that park themselves parallel to the LACMA during lunch. Behind the Wall is an exhibit that’s apparently been standing here for a few years, on loan from the Wende Museum. Several artists were commissioned… Read More Behind the Wall Exhibit
The Broad has had both positive and negative media coverage. I say: ignore it all and make your own assessment. I can’t imagine any art lover would be disappointed with the collection(s) curated for the Broad’s opening. In addition to the art, the architecture – internally and externally – give The Broad life in a… Read More The Broad