Tag: Virginia

Art News Roundup: Martian Sleepover Edition

I may not be the trendiest fellow on the planet, but I’m pretty good at spotting and predicting trends as they arise. I sensed when I went to review it not long ago that the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ current exhibition, “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel” demonstrated an interesting trend in the evolving concept of what a museum experience should be. The … Read More Art News Roundup: Martian Sleepover Edition

Art News Roundup: American Spirit Edition

In case you missed it, my latest for The Federalist was published yesterday, in which I reviewed the new exhibition, “Edward Hopper and the American Hotel”, which just opened at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond. After a long run in Richmond through late February, it will move on to Indianapolis until late summer of 2020, so those of you in the … Read More Art News Roundup: American Spirit Edition

Art News Roundup: Da Vinci Deluge Edition

Since 2019 has been declared the “Year of Leonardo Da Vinci”, on account of this being the 500th year since his death, there is a deluge of Leonardo-related projects currently in the works: books, documentaries, exhibitions, you name it. There are at least two films about the artist currently in development, one slated to star Leonardo DiCaprio and based on Walter Isaacson’s recent biography, … Read More Art News Roundup: Da Vinci Deluge Edition