Tag Archive | Museum of Fine Arts

E-MUSEUMS: MUSEUM COOL IN SPAIN AT THE PRADO / E-MUSEOS: MUSEO EN ESPAÑA EN EL PRADO

New Post goes up every Wednesday, 8:30 pm, ET. This post is another our series exploring the use of the New Media by museums throughout the world to fulfill their mission to make art accessible to the public. The Prado Museum joins an impressive and growing number of museums who have seized the challenges of […]

E- MUSEUMS – IS FASHION ART?

IS FASHION ART? A list, such as, The Met, Alexander McQueen, the Louvre, Feragamo, The Met, Claude Monet,  Musée d’Orsay, L’impressionnisme et la Mode,  Yves Saint Laurent,  the V&A, David Bowie, surely constitutes an “A” List for Fashion As Art. Of course, there are dissenters, including Karl Lagerfeld. However, as Lagerfeld told the New York […]

E-MUSEUMS: MFA BOSTON, WORK WITH EDWARD HOPPER AND GEORGIA O’KEEFE

New Posts Go Up Weekly, Wednesday 8:30 PM EST. THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON – ARTISTS’ CHOICE TABLE – FINE ART IN THE NEW MEDIA IN ACTION “The MFA’s Artist’s Table is one of the most vibrant and active places in the Museum.” The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston has developed a […]

E- MUSEUMS WINSLOW HOMER at the PORTLAND MUSEUM of ART

“Gloucester, Mackerel Fleet at Sunset” by Winslow Homer (1884). Oil on panel. Credit: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. New Post goes up each Wednesday, 8:30 pm ET The Portland Museum of Art  presents a rare occasion to see Winslow Homer’s work and the studio where he painted: “Weatherbeaten: Winslow Homer and Maine”  (September 22-December 30, 2012). […]

E-MUSEUMS: THE VERSAILLES / GOOGLE PARTNERSHIP

GOOGLE ART CONTINUES TO ASTOUND In a unique partnership with Chateau Versailles, GoogleArt and Google Cultural Institute have produced one of the highest examples yet of Fine Art in the New Media. Just take a look at this: