Phrases to Use When You're at a Museum and Have No Idea How to Discuss Art but Want to Sound Smart
Inspired by a trip to the Whitney with @Caroline (for the record, she knew what she was talking about.)
- •The juxtaposition is striking.
- •When you consider the context of when he/she was working, this piece is that much more important.
- •This triptych really works as three pieces, don't you think?
- •This says so much about the human experience.
- •Just look at his/her use of light. Wow.
- •Texture... So much texture.
- •Depth... So much depth.
- •I love how he/she challenges societal norms throughout this entire series.
- •It's hard to ignore the social influence on this piece.
- •There is such movement in the work.
- •There is such stillness in the work.
- •You can really feel the artist through his/her work.
- •Just look at the way he/she positions her subjects.
- •This is seemingly simple and yet so complex. That's the mark of a true master.
- •You can really see how he/she developed as an artist throughout his/her career.
- •This piece defies language.