Monthly Archives: April 2014

Battery Place

Faces of every continent meet And surround the attractions on each street Every corner they adorn But mine is a fate of water born The river Hudson I call my friend On whose rolling ripples I depend For a brief holiday of solitude When I take my lunch around twelve noon While the rest visit […]

A Modernized Past, or The History in Art History

As an intern in a New York City museum this semester, I was told during my first few weeks that my museum ID would be good for free visits to other city museums. I didn’t make good on this perk until yesterday, and I now realize that I must make good on this while I […]