In this month’s ArtGrams, we’re sharing your mouth-watering photos from Tryst at the Phillips café. Share your photos in and around the museum for a chance to be featured on the blog!
“All museums should have cafes like this,” says Instagrammer @stirfrey
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.
Helen Frederick’s “Primordial Forest Shadows” (2015) captured by Instagrammer @mycelium_rhizoid
This month’s ArtGrams focuses on visitor photos of Helen Frederick’s Intersections installation Acts of Silence. The exhibition responds to works by Morris Graves from the Phillips’s permanent collection and addresses the endangerment and degradation of the environment.
From Instagrammer @iambanafsheh: “Making my own art with the art pieces & my muse, @mharnal.” Reflection off of Morris Graves’s “Weather Prediction Instruments for Meteorologists,” installed in Acts of Silence
Instagrammer @miadesi took this picture of Frederick’s “Trees Darker Than the Night” (2015) at February’s Phillips after 5
@itsartprofessorjess focused on Frederick’s four pulp paintings, “Phenomenal Space” (2015)
Profile of @daenerjess_targaryen in Frederick’s “Acts of Silence” video and sound installation, for which the exhibition is named
Installation view of the Acts of Silence exhibition captured by @gypsielaydee
Frederick’s “Primordial Forest Shadows” from below by @neagley
Detail of Frederick’s “Trees Darker Than the Night” by @clairesgould
From @sarahrose_t, who snapped this photo at February’s Phillips after 5: “Being artsy. #datenight #freewine #haze”
This shot of Frederick’s “Phenomenal Space” by @dnl340 captures the dark ambience of the galleries
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.