Art References in Bojack Horseman Only an Art History Major Would Get

A large source of the show’s comedy is its background jokes, which include parodies of LA landmarks, caricatures of celebrity culture, and a fair amount of animal puns. But oft overlooked are the works of art throughout the show. The paintings hung around Bojack’s home heavily reflect his inner turmoil and are representative of his character….

Milano? Como no?

With an extra day before we returned stateside, Linda and I decided to take a quick afternoon day trip to Milan, squeezing in some shopping and pastries along the way. Stop 1: Prada Foundation & Bar Luce First stop was the Prada Foundation, a new art center which just opened two years ago. There wasn’t much…

La Biennale di Venezia: Arsenale

Woke up bright and early to get through the entire Arsenale at the Art Biennale. Woke up bright and early to get through the entire Arsenale at the Art Biennale. “The Horse Problem” from Argentina was one of the most captivating, and the Italian Pavilion, while conceptually intriguing, was rather…unappetizing. The pavilion that struck me…

La Biennale di Venezia: Giardini

Took a strong through the garden, but not to enjoy the nature. I hopped between pavilions at the Venice Biennale’s Giardini, traveling around the international art world all in an afternoon. Obviously I couldn’t fit all the pavilions we saw that day into this article, so I just picked out a few of my favorites….

Venezia: 4 Days of Art and Carbs

Ciao da Venezia! Over my fall break, I was able to escape for four days to Northern Italy. It was four days of perfect weather, art and pasta, so, much, pasta. Lucky for us, the first day there was 22nd birthday one badass feminist art aficionada, Linda Lin, the founder of the Women in Art…

Toronto Film Fest Review: Boom For Real

Jean-Michel Basquiat was one of the most influential artists of the 1980s, having catapulted to a meteoric level of fame. His abstract paintings comment on the disparities between people of different racial and social classes, and the individual’s role within society. But just a few short years before his first major exhibition, Basquiat was a…