We at The Art Quarterly want to “share a little love” to a few contributors (along with a heavy list of fine art greats) who have recently reviewed various venues for our readers benefit.
You were able to garner the inside scoop at “The Sundance Film Festival” through the critical reviews and entries by contributing writer Joanna Rudolph. (more) Back east, Brooklyn’s Rock and Roll photography exhibit at The Brooklyn Museum of Art wound down – but not before contributing writer Jeff Price could capture the basic along with sophisticated connection of photography to our music lexicon (more).
This Valentine’s, stop on in at a reputable gallery before or after your saunter in the park, your stroll in the carriage or your foot getting stuck in a hybrid floor mat. Ensure that you find a work that you love – and one that has lasting significance. Galleries, like Denver’s GALLERY M, ensure that you can find quality and substance in your fine art collection.
And in the process you will see a glamorous shot of scenes that transform, mesmerize and invoke a tingling sensation – once found only with butterflies and cupids.