Posts tagged as:

James Turrell

Five Jobs: Assist Edition

by Ian Marshall on August 1, 2013
Thumbnail image for Five Jobs: Assist Edition

This week we bring you assistant positions, several of which are temporary. Each one offers an opportunity to meet a wide range of coworkers in its respective institution, so even if you aren’t around for long you’ll meet a ton of important, exciting people.

Read the full article →

Museums Are Cool, Too: 16 Shows to See This Summer

by Julia Wolkoff on July 18, 2013
Thumbnail image for Museums Are Cool, Too: 16 Shows to See This Summer

Summer is here, and it’s hot. If going to the beach sounds painful, we’ve got a suggestion: museums. Thankfully, the air conditioned galleries of New York’s museums have plenty of worthwhile shows to check out. (Just don’t try to go to the rooftop gallery at the Met; they’ve closed that today due to the heat.) Below, we’ve rounded up a whopping list of 16 fantastic museum shows we’re going to check out.

Read the full article →

A Quiet Brilliance, James Turrell’s “Aten Reign”

by Corinna Kirsch on June 21, 2013
Thumbnail image for A Quiet Brilliance, James Turrell’s “Aten Reign”

With “Aten Reign,” James Turrell has transformed the Guggenheim’s spiraling rotunda into the rings of Saturn. It opens to the public today.

Read the full article →