Picasso Sculpture at The MoMA

Picasso Sculpture


The Picasso Sculpture exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City is truly a marvel of Modern Art. This rarely seen collection was never made public during Picasso’s lifetime. These sculptures dwelled in Picasso’s Home and Studio and it was not until his death that they were made public. It was as though he couldn’t part with these three-dimensional creatures he created. The exhibition features more than 140 pieces of work, which…

Jeff Koons: A Retrospective


As the Whitney Museum of American Art gets ready to exit this building, it seems quite fitting that they would go out with a retrospective teeming with controversy, just like their move. Jeff Koons’ retrospective has over 150 pieces of work and spans from 1978-to present. Jeff Koons creates incendiary Art.  His work and subject matter have, and always will be, provocative and evocative. Koons himself is the consummate “Explorer” of commercialism and consumerism. Whether…

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier


From the get-go this is a showstopper! The first thing that you see when you enter is two beautiful photographs of Madonnas from his  “Virgins” collection.  You are literally being birthed into the world of Gaultier and about to have a religious fashion experience.  Gaultier’s Madonnas are stylish Virgin High Priestesses with beautiful headdresses and long, straight, Cher-likehair. Each one is dressed in clothing containing religious iconography on it.  Whether it is a picture of…


Cripple of Inishmaan


What do you get when you have a cripple, a fiery redhead, a goose, a cat, a vendetta, a town gossip and a lady that talks to rocks?  You get the pure genius of Martin McDonagh’s play The Cripple of Inishmaan. The verbal jousting and cattle prodding of insults are continuous, yet this play shows that the human spirit is fragile. The Cripple of Inishmaanis set in a very sleepy little island off the coast of Ireland….