THE SMALL SIDE OF SHOWING

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Hi guys!

We promise that this obsession with Sasha Velour from RuPaul’s Drag Race will stop, but for now she’s a piece of walking art and this photo represents a perfect imagery of this week’s theme. Small scale exhibition spaces.

Shall we start this kaleidoscope of informations?

1. WHY SMALL ART GALLERIES ARE IMPORTANT: Yay
2. THE PARTICULAR PUZZLES OF BEING A SMALL MUSEUM: Pieces together
3. MINI BUT MIGHTY: Supersizeme

Tiny tiny but important information out there. We always think of big, outstanding places of exhibition while maybe we don’t think about the small places that could be immense with culture. So we want to keep taking under consideration the small but big guys out there in the art world.

1. THE WORLD’S BEST SMALL MUSEUMS: Bring out the big guns
2. THE WORLD’S BEST GALLERIES: Fancy!
3. SMALL ART MUSEUMS WITH GIANT COLLECTIONS: The GGG’s

Now do you guys get the image reference? A tiny house, a tiny piece of art in a great and talented walking artist. What it’s important to understand is that art is everywhere, in everyone and do not walk away from the small spaces, cause they could give you a huge emotional transportation.

Other than this we would love to give you another form of inspiration and this is a movie. A great Italian movie: the story revolves around Virgil Oldman (Geoffrey Rush), an aging, wealthy, and esteemed, but somewhat standoffish and eccentric, managing director of a auction house that loves and cares about great art. It’s called The Best Offer and it’s directed by Giuseppe Tornatore.

A must see for art lovers.

With this said, have a wonderful start of the week and be a small fish in a big pond, thrive and kick some buts!
(Last of Shasha, we promise!)