thegetty:

The Renaissance garden was seen as paradise on Earth. A place to get away, a place to meet, to tell stories, to hold secrets, to enjoy nature and more. Conveniently Gardens of the Renaissance is the perfect book to hideaway with in any garden, even at the Getty Center. 
#NowReading is a series with @gettypubs that celebrates books, reading everywhere, and art.

thegetty:

The Renaissance garden was seen as paradise on Earth. A place to get away, a place to meet, to tell stories, to hold secrets, to enjoy nature and more. Conveniently Gardens of the Renaissance is the perfect book to hideaway with in any garden, even at the Getty Center

#NowReading is a series with @gettypubs that celebrates books, reading everywhere, and art.

ihatepeacocks:

Famous Movies Scenes depicted as Children’s Books [X]

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nycartscene:

Fall 2014 Editor’s Pick
Opens tonight, Sept 18, 6-8p:

Thread Lines
 curated by Joanna Kleinberg Romanow
 
The Drawing Center, 35 Wooster St., NYC

highlights the expressive and conceptual possibilities of line, with an emphasis on its making. This group exhibition will disabuse the idea that drawing is simply putting pen to paper, framing it instead as an open-ended act in which lines can be woven, stitched, knit, even embodied. Featuring sixteen contemporary artists who use textile in a variety of formats (embroidery, weaving, collage, and performance). - thru Dec 14

Participating Artists: Mónica Bengoa, Louise Bourgeois, Sheila Hicks, Ellen Lesperance, Kimsooja, Beryl Korot, Maria Lai, Sam Moyer, William J. O’Brien, Robert Otto Epstein, Jessica Rankin, Elaine Reichek, Drew Shiflett, Alan Shields, Lenore Tawney, and Anne Wilson.