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News: Chuck Close Taxi Exhibition


  New Yorkers may be wondering what why the top of their cabs have suddenly changed from brash advertisements to in your face, black and white photography. Well that would be the work of artst Chuck Close, whose photographs featuring huge eyes and lips will be zooming across the city in lieu of traditional ads for a month.   The ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

  Celebrate: This Sunday in New York is Improv Everywhere’s annual No Pants Subway Ride. Want to participate this year? There are only two requirements:   1) Willing to take pants off on subway 2) Able to keep a straight face about it   Watch: The Time That Remains – An intimate semi-biographical portrait of Palestinians living as a minority ... Read More »

News: Dennis Hopper’s Art Goes to Auction


The late, great, actor Dennis Hopper will always primarily be known for his stunning rolls in such films as Easy Rider and Apocalypse Now but one of the lesser known facts about Hopper was that he was one of the greatest contemporary art collectors in the world, with a collection of hundreds of works that included Warhols and Lichtensteins and ... Read More »

Extended Travel: Rouen, France

Rouen Cathedral, Facade (Sunset), 1892-1894, Oil on canvas, Musée Marmottan, Paris

With a history dating back before Julius Caesar to the Gauls, Rouen is a fascinating stop for those with time to escape Paris for a day. As the historic capital of the region of Normandy in northern France, Rouen was once one of the largest and more prosperous cities in all of Medieval Europe. It’s great 13th century cathedral is ... Read More »

News: Inflatable Artwork in Sydney

Architects of Air

  In front of the Sydney Opera House sits something that The Australian has described as a cross between a a gothic cathedral, a mosque and a giant, inflatable jumping castle.   Created by Architects of Air, the art installation entitled Mirazozo is a 48 meter long inflatable structure that through the manipulation of natural light and illuminated seams, creates ... Read More »

Spotlight On: Colette, Paris


  For many of the fashion minded travelling to Paris there is one place that is a must as a first stop, Colette. This three level temple dedicated to fashion and design of all kinds, introduced a new way to shop when it opened its doors on the Right Bank in 1997. It’s equal parts boutique and art gallery—and undoubtedly ... Read More »

News: Renegade NYC Urban Archaeology

UNDERCITY from Andrew Wonder on Vimeo.   In a city with more than 400 years of history that is snaked with a vast network of tunnels, it is no wonder that a few pieces of beautiful history will be lost, hidden underground down unused subway tracks, cattle tunnels and old waterways. Each year, a few brave souls venture beneath the ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to Christmas Weekend


Celebrate: It’s Christmas! And even if you don’t celebrate the holiday, hopefully you can take advantage of the three day weekend! In case you were bummed to have missed out on our Secret Store this year, we’ll have it up until New Year’s for all those very late shoppers. Happy Holidays everyone!   Watch: True Grit – A tough U.S. ... Read More »

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