Dr. Seuss: The (Secret?) Surrealist

Looking at Dr. Seuss’s children’s books, it’s either a complete surprise or none at all that the author/illustrator was a surrealist. In each fanciful illustration in his children’s books, we’ve seen only a glimpse of what Seuss, aka Theodor Geisel, … Continued

Bauhaus Online–Harvard Opens up Collection

Look out–the Harvard Art Museums have just opened up their massive collection of Bauhaus art to the world wide web. In a move that seems only fitting with the 25th anniversary of the Internet itself (feel old yet?), over 32,000 … Continued

SFMOMA Opens with Plenty of Pomp & Circumstance

    For San Francisco fans of modern art, the wait is finally over. On May 14, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened its doors to the public after a three-year closing and expansion. With thousands in attendance … Continued