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The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, part 3: Observations

Quote by John Muir, at entrance to school

Today we bring you the final part of our series of interviews and observations from The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, a project that artist Harrell Fletcher is doing this weekend with the Exploratorium in San Francisco. For up-to-the-minute information, including where you can join the group, you can follow @exploratorium on Twitter. Jordan Stein, assistant curator for the Center for Art & Inquiry[.....]

The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, part 2: Observations

Harrell Fletcher. Documentation of project planning for The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, 2013. Organized by the Center for Art & Inquiry, the Exploratorium, San Francisco. Photo: Christina Linden.

Today we bring you part two of a three-part series of interviews and observations from The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, a project that artist Harrell Fletcher is doing this weekend with the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Today’s essay is written by curator Christina Linden. For up-to-the-minute information, including where you can join the group, you can follow @exploratorium on Twitter. Mount Diablo, it was[.....]

The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, part 1: Interview with Harrell Fletcher

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For the next three days, Daily Serving is excited to bring you a series of interviews and observations from The Best Things in Museums Are the Windows, a project that artist Harrell Fletcher is doing this week with the Exploratorium in San Francisco.“The title of the piece is a quote from the painter Pierre Bonnard,” says Fletcher. “You go to a museum and look at[.....]