Instagrammer @rhiannonnewman snapped this photo of Bettina Pousttchi with her installation during a recent gallery talk with the artist
In this month’s ArtGrams, we’re sharing your photos from Bettina Pousttchi’s recently installed Intersections exhibition Double Monuments. It’s fascinating how this installation can look light-drenched and inviting in one moment, dark and ominous the next.
Before the lights are turned on. Photo: IG/davbad
ArtGrams is a monthly series in which we feature our favorite Instagrammed pictures taken around or inspired by the museum. Each month, we’ll feature a different theme based on trends we’ve seen in visitor photos. Hashtag your images with #PhillipsCollection or tag your location for a chance to be featured.
Jill O’Bryan’s one billion breaths in a lifetime, as photographed by Instagrammer @carac_designs
In this month’s edition of ArtGrams, we’re highlighting your creative shots of Jill O’Bryan’s one billion breaths in a lifetime. Hear from the artist in this video taken during installation.
Photo via @enid_the_nomad
Photo via @christina.maitland
Via Instagrammer @michalxcohen: It takes approximately 97 years to breath a billion breaths
Photo via @rylanddevero
Instagrammer @hanan_am says: One billion breath in a lifetime. Now time for some breaths of art.
Barbara Liotta’s Crenae, as photographed by Instagrammer @paulinaaalcocer
It’s the final week to see Intersections@5: Contemporary Art Projects at the Phillips. This month’s ArtGrams features some of our favorite creative visitor photos of one of the most popular works in the exhibition, Barbara Liotta’s Crenae.
Photo by Instagrammer @polozova_n
Via Instagrammer @gennainblue: “Great contemporary art saw many favorites and made me rethink my greens in my own paintings.”
Via Instagrammer @stbutts: “Sunday zen.”
Via Instagrammer @theclarelife: “Once or twice a week I drop everything to go to the woods or an art museum. A personal development day. It’s a time to wander the world without agenda and immerse my senses. I leave with fresh eyes and ears. How do you guys drop into yourselves in new ways?”
Via Instagrammer @admiring_art