Good morning, all!
Do you ever wonder how pieces are chosen for museum exhibits? Why one work makes the cut but another doesn’t? I just read this interesting little article written by Katharine Stout, curator of the new exhibit, “Watercolour” at the Tate in London. A fascinating look behind the choices of work and use of watercolors today. Although traditional watercolor landscapes have a long history in Britain, Stout chose to focus on contemporary work, making the exhibit more relevant for today.
Hope you enjoy this little peek behind the museum walls!