The Met's exclusive college parties might focus too much on the social.
Toby Milstein discovers the rich historical works of pioneering photographer Charles Marville, whose photographs of Paris tell the story of a city going through a traumatic gentrification.
Met exhibit challenges the notion of museums, its complex relation to art
“He’s got to be OCD. Otherwise, what’s with the numbers and the whole gray thing?” The woman speaking was standing in front of 0–9, an oversized canvas filled with gridded, repeating numbers in Jasper Johns’ new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Jasper Johns: Gray”.
“Halston, Lagerfeld, de la Renta ... What they did, what they created was better than art because you live your life in it.” So spoke Stanley Tucci’s character Nigel in The Devil Wears Prada, and so speaks the Metropolitan Museum of Art in its new exhibit “blog.mode: addressing fashion.”
Apr 23, 6:17pm
Today, Ferris baked a sexual violence cake. No but actually though, they baked a rose-dappled cake claiming an “Sexual Violence Prevention.” The cake was all over twitter, with retweets including:... Read More
Apr 23, 2:07pm
Flowers are blooming, so that can only mean one thing: Spring is officially in the air. During one of New York’s most fashionable seasons, Columbia students are getting ready to... Read More
Apr 23, 9:34am
Good morning, Columbia! As we engage in pre-finals craze, Spectrum would like to remind you to go to sleep, y’know, eventually. Just enough so that it makes sense for us... Read More
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