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Virtual Van Gogh: See ‘The Real Van Gogh’ Without Heading to London

National Gallery London

The much-anticipated exhibition The Real Van Gogh opens at London’s Royal Academy of Art this weekend, with promises to shed new light on the artist though his own letters. It’s the first major Van Gogh exhibit to hit the city in over 40 years, and it’s sure to be a big one. Can’t make it across the pond? No need ... Read More »

Caravaggio in Chicago

ArtInstituteChicago

If all our talk of our upcoming guide to Art + Travel Europe has you thirsting to see the real thing, then you’re in luck–well, at least if you live in Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago, the Windy City’s premier art museum, is currently hosting Caravaggio’s 1601 masterpiece Read More »

Looking at ‘Looking at Music: Side 2′

Marcia Resnick, Glenn O'Brien's TV Party, NYC, 1980

  Well consider our minds blown. New York’s Museum of Modern Art has done it again, this time with the exhibition Looking at Music: Side 2, and its matching film counterpart, a mashup of Museyon’s favorite things: Film, Music and Art.   There’s no denying that for an artist, New York was a pretty cool place to be in the ... Read More »

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