The transformation of the museum: from the wonder room to the exhibition – 71Bait

The transformation of the museum: from the wonder room to the exhibition Pavilions of the Louvre / France. Image courtesy of Studio Malka Architecture Split Split Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp post Office or https://www.archdaily.com/981919/the-transformation-of-the-museum-from-curiosity-room-to-exhibition The term “museum” is derived from Latin and houses objects of artistic, cultural, historical and scientific importance. In relation to classical … Read more

New art gallery in downtown Lynchburg aims to be more inclusive | local news – 71Bait

A new art gallery on the first floor of the Allied Arts building in downtown Lynchburg offers something different than you’d expect from traditional exhibits. Notebooks featuring original artwork created by Stability X go on sale Wednesday at their Be Kind Gallery art gallery in the Allied Arts Building in downtown Lynchburg. Photo by Kendall … Read more

[+] Billionaire Philanthropist Unveils Next Design Statement – 71Bait

Billionaire philanthropist and art collector Judith Neilson is preparing to make her next design statement with plans for an $18.5 million warehouse conversion to create a modern private residence. The proposal is touted as an opportunity to create a future example of “world-class adaptive reuse” of an existing commercial building. “This builds on applicant Judith … Read more

Great Escapes: Art, Food and Architecture in Williamstown and North Adams – 71Bait

Williamstown and North Adams in Berkshire County, Mass., are a veritable feast for the weekend visitor. Both cities were settled in the 18th century and have now become art centers: North Adams is home to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, one of the largest contemporary art museums in the US; and Williamstown is home … Read more

Double Exhibitions | Loretto Museum with works of art by 3 painters, 1 potter | features – 71Bait

LORETTO, Pa. – An exhibition of artists who capture the world as they see it is on display at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in Loretto. The exhibition Something 4 Everyone is on view at the Sullivan Gallery through June 5 and The Found Voice in Art is on view at the Margery Wolf-Kuhn … Read more

Designing a home fit for an impressive art collection – 71Bait

The room in Mathieu Bruyns’ new apartment where the partygoers gather and which gets the most oohs and aahs isn’t exactly easy to find. The apartment’s 2,200 square feet — two bedrooms, overlooking Brussels’ bustling Congolese neighborhood of Matonge — is spread over three half-floors, with jumps and spirals that tend to put off first-time … Read more

A photographer and a painter inspire each other at the State of the Art Gallery | art – 71Bait

ITHACA, NY – Ithaca’s cooperative State of the Art Gallery (SoAG) recently hosted an informal public discussion with members Ileen Kaplan and David Watkins. The occasion was her two-person exhibition “Double Vision”, which was on view until May 1st. A rarity during the pandemic era of gallery visits, the event attracted local artists and others … Read more

Designing a home fit for an impressive art collection – 71Bait

The room in Mathieu Bruyns’ new apartment where the partygoers congregate and get the most oohs and aahs isn’t exactly easy to find. The apartment’s 2,200 square feet — two bedrooms, overlooking Brussels’ lively Congolese neighborhood of Matonge — is spread over three half-floors, with jumps and spirals that tend to put off first-time visitors. … Read more

Building a complex story at the First Americans Museum – 71Bait

Seen from above, the First Americans Museum is the union of two circles – a large one made of heaped earth and a smaller, looser one, delineated by two curved pavilions – all arranged on a strict east-west axis. It makes a festive impression, but it would be perfectly understandable if it expressed bitterness and … Read more

Building a complex story at the First Americans Museum – 71Bait

Seen from above, the First Americans Museum is the union of two circles – a large one made of heaped earth and a smaller, looser one, delineated by two curved pavilions – all arranged on a strict east-west axis. It makes a festive impression, but it would be perfectly understandable if it expressed bitterness and … Read more