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  • No more tacky inspirational Martin Luther King Jr. quotes about how he had a dream. MLK did not earn a Ph.D. in systematic theology from Boston University to land in a book of heartwarming quotes on love and happiness. Let’s revisit MLK’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” to gain a less superficial understanding of the revolutionary, and reflect upon the similar messages contemporary black artists c...

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  • It’s Kiss a Ginger day and we’re kicking off the day by celebrating redheads in art history. Like this painting of two lovers in Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss in the Austrian Gallery at Belvedere, appreciation of ginger beauties and their glorious red locks can be spotted throughout Art History. Here are the most glamorous redheads of art history. Starting off the list of famous redheads in Art Hist...

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  • We already love Vincent Van Gogh, but Loving Vincent made us love him even more. And we’re not alone- the Golden Globes nominated Loving Vincent for “Best Animated Feature Film” alongside movies like Disney/Pixar’s Coco and Dreamwork’s Boss Baby (yes, really), though eventually losing to Coco. While the Academy Awards haven’t announced their nominees yet, it’s likely Loving Vincent will get a no...

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  • whenyouworkatamuseum: Remember this book I picked up last year? Well, my cat and I spend this cold, cold weekend reading it and livetweeting it. WHAT AN ADVENTURE WE HAD. Click here for the full thread.  We’re all about a “well endowed” museum ;) 

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  • America’s Next Top Model is back, y’all! Ok, it never really went anywhere, but TYRA is back and that’s really the most important thing about the show, because Tyra gives us the best one-liners. Where would we be without Mama Ty Ty teaching us how to get through life? Possibly the most disturbing photoshoot she ever thought of was in Cycle 5, Episode 11 “The Girl Who Retaliates” where the mode...

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  • sartle-blog: But, we love arbitrary holidays, like #NationalBirdDay, more. Obviously, we have our party hats on and are worshiping at the feet of our ornithologist friends. Here are a few of our favorite birds in art history:  Self Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird by Frida Kahlo at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas Birds as accessories!  Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock...

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  • An art bromance or something more? Land art celebrity and hippie hero Andy Goldsworthy seems hell-bent on attaching himself at the hip to the anime god Hayao Miyazaki. And shoot, why not? Miyazaki’s lowest rated film still gets a B which gives him a GPA that I’ve never come close to. Can you guess which one is Goldsworthy? Hint: he’s the sheep.  There’s a 2001 documentary in which Andy Goldsw...

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  • Lock-picking mastermind with impeccable literary taste. STORY TIME YA’LL: For the last two years, books have been quietly going missing from the Sartle art history library, located at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. Jazz: A History of America’s Music, a book on the Kroller-Muller museum, one on the Holocaust Museum, Salvador Dali’s cookbook… Eclectic, to say the least. Assuming forgetfu...

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  • painters-in-color:Helen Frankenthaler in her NYC studio in 1960s, photo by Michael Fredericks She’s an absolute queen and when was at the 1985 White House dinner in honor of the Prince and Princess of Wales, she was swept off of her feet by the fast stepper, John Travolta. Helen didn’t recognize Travolta that night but said later, “I’d waited a lifetime for a dance like this. He was great!”

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  • deerthing: boyswanna-be-her: youremybrandnewday: boyswanna-be-her: This picture i took of hector while i was drunk last night looks like a damn renaissance painting Hector Hector georges de la tour, la madeleine a la hector, 1640 That is Caravaggio lighting if I ever saw it!

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  • rgfellows: muchlikebear: if-you-see-gay-me: gotitforcheap: chucklebot: I am going to find this cafe and burn it down. *locks eyes with the barista as I spray whipped cream into my coffee*  motherfucker I am PAYING for caffeine and the right to enjoy it any way I want I will cut it with sugar and mainline it right here don’t try me This is why I tend to avoid “fancy” coffee places. There’s t...

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  • sartle-blog: Monogram by Robert Rauschenberg at the Museum of Modern Art Stockholm  Here’s to our hard working, detail oriented, demanding, mercurial Capricorns. Born between December 21 – January 19 Jean Michel Basquiat  Louise Bourgeois Francisco Zúñiga  Félix Vallotton Édouard Pingret  Henri Matisse Alfred Stieglitz Albert Bierstadt Marc Quinn Jusepe de Ribera and John Singer Sargent Henri Fant...

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  • One very not cool thing about the Met: it’s on half of the planet’s short-list of things to do in the city and so IT IS OFTEN PACKED. Especially in a temporary exhibition promising Instagram-feed intimacy with our most cherished avatar of Catholic Guilt: Mr. Sistine Chapel himself, Michelangelo. Word to the wise: get in before 11 am or wait until Thursday and Friday when the museum stays open un...

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  • Art by Women Sells for 47.6% Less Than Works by Men, Study Finds: artandfeminism:“Male buyers are a driving force of the auction market and yet we see that they are also more likely to think that women’s art is inferior. Our research adds to the mounting evidence of discrimination towards women that is systemic to so many industries.”

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  • Twenty years ago on December 19, 1997, Titanic splashed onto the big screen, shattering box office records. It is one of those quintessentially ‘90s films that reminds an entire generation of being a certain age at a certain time in a certain place, particularly resonating with young people for its Romeo and Juliet get wet theme. The two intervening decades are enough to make us kids who came of...

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  • staff: shaolinbynature: “Particularly damning is what today’s repeal will mean for marginalized groups, like communities of color, that rely on platforms like the internet to communicate, because traditional outlets do not consider their issues or concerns, worthy of any coverage. It was through social media that the world first heard about Ferguson, Missouri, because legacy news outlets did not ...

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  • Ooooh yeah, time for prezzies! Art history lovers are all about human expression, and what better way for them to express themselves than through their fashion choices? If you know someone who geeks out over art history and loves to wear their art on their sleeve, look no further than here for some super cute and stylish gifts. 1. Kitty Cat T-shirt Who wouldn’t love this classic tee featuring c...

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  • bananahvmmock: weavemama: weavemama: Yeah so Tr*mp is planning on shrinking two national monuments in Utah that is sacred to Native Americans. Why is it so sacred? Because Native American tribes can trace the land back to the birth and burial sites of their ancestors from centuries ago. Revoking this national monument designation would allow Utah to sell the land to oil and gas companies to make...

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