Six Degrees of Separation: A Tour

1˚CAGE Start your visit on the 2nd floor of The Phillips Collection, outside the Rothko Room, and discover watercolors by John Cage. Primarily known as an avant-garde composer, Cage turned the sounds of an audience’s awkward, ambient shuffling into music. (Return to the museum at 4 pm on September 6 for a full Cage experience, […]

Controlled Chaos

An interview between Meg Clark, program coordinator at the Phillips’s Center for the Study of Modern Art, and Klaus Ottmann, director of the Center and Phillips curator at large, on his installation in the Main Gallery of works from the permanent collection Meg Clark: Was this your first time curating an entire gallery space from […]

1 Year: Clever Cards

These birthday gifts come with tongue in cheek. Museum Assistant (and artist) Kate Boone gives the blog a portrait of Security Room Operator (and artist) Champneys Taylor with a message. Program Coordinator at the Center for the Study of Modern Art Meg Clark riffs on a 2009 project in the Phillips cafe by artist collective […]