#BestMuseumBum: The ripely curvaceous fruit of a recent invitation from curators at The Yorkshire Museum to their colleagues at other antiquarian institutes around the world.
The brutalist kintsugi of artist Glen Taylor – broken porcelain ‘repaired’ with tarnished silverware, barbed wire, chains and paper mâché, contrasting the delicacy of the original piece with unwieldy mends in a celebration of imperfection.
Which is more worthy of celebration than perfection.
Behold: Majestic Towers – all 80cm of it – a 450 piece laser cut acrylic HO-scale model of an art deco apartment building- showcased here by model railway builder Luke Towan, who further enhanced its miniature magnificence with deft paint-strokes, 3D-printed details and interior lights.
Yes, that’s exactly what it is.
The first post-lockdown concert to be staged at Barcelona’s Gran Teatre Del Liceu.
The performance – conceived by Spanish artist Eugenio Ampudio – of Giacomo Puccini’s “I Crisantemi” by the UceLi Quartet was enjoyed by an audience of 2,292 houseplants, each one occupying a red velvet seat