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9 Museums, 3 Hours, 0 Dollars: The 32nd Annual Museum Mile Festival

In the four years I’ve lived in New York, I have, apparently, seen and done very few of the things this city has to offer – working for CUarts has shown me that. Now that I spend my days putting … Continue reading

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Tino Sehgal: Interview with Interpreter

Like often people ask if the piece is scripted, and I’m like, “Are you scripted?” [Laughs] Continue reading

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Slow Motion Kisses and Child Philosophers: Tino Sehgal at the Guggenheim

The rotunda at the Guggenheim is currently cleared of all its normal art to allow visitors to focus on the works of British-German artist Tino Sehgal. Sehgal has two pieces showing at the museum: “The Kiss,” and “This is Progress.” … Continue reading

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Contemplating the Void at the Guggenheim

The Guggenheim Museum building is one of the most New York City structures, instantly recognizable for its spiral shape designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Even more unique, however, is what lies in the central rotunda of that spiral: nothing. The … Continue reading

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30 Museums in 28 Weeks: The Guggenheim Museum

This is the first in a brand new blog series: 30 Museums in 28 Weeks. Through CUarts’ Passport to New York program, Columbia students get in free to 30 museums in the city. We will attempt to visit every single … Continue reading

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