HomeArticlesArt Zoom: Maggie Rogers x Vincent Van Gogh Art Zoom: Maggie Rogers x Vincent Van Gogh By Frank Lundy September 24, 2019 Articles, Blog 36 Comments Tags:Alaska, art, arts and culture, artwork, asmr, culture, fashion, google, google arts, google arts and culture, googlearts, Maggie rogers, moma, MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, musee, museum, museum of modern art, museums, nuit étoilée, starry night, the museum of modern art, van gogh, van gogh starry night, vincent van gogh Related Posts Operation Underground – Here We Come (Official Artwork Video) Multi Color Acrylic pour painting with Funnel The art of asking | Amanda Palmer About Author admin 36 Comments Cassidy Skillman June 19, 2019 please keep doing this Reply Mr Mcfish June 19, 2019 Never thought of that in this way Reply Escuela de Expresión y Producción Artística June 19, 2019 Greetings from the Degree in Expression and Artistic Production Reply m malina June 19, 2019 This is wonderful 😩 Reply Flo Thomas June 19, 2019 maggie for president Reply Rose Munn June 19, 2019 Thank you for posting. When I go to the Art Gallery, I do get very close to the art work to see the brush strokes, and then from far off. So this is so great for me to see more art in this form. Reply Jasmine Cott June 20, 2019 this is so calming Reply Truth Street June 20, 2019 Its weird to hear her say that she doesnt buy the idea of pain making great art. Did i miss something? Or does she need more heartbreak in her young life of 20 something years. 👴 Reply Jacob Kluza June 20, 2019 I love you maggie Reply madison_face June 22, 2019 Why Am I Crying Reply Berangberang Channel June 23, 2019 Thank you very much for shared this video…i like paintings! Reply Unknown Artist June 24, 2019 brilliant insight, cheers Reply The Art Assignment June 24, 2019 So beautiful! I love this format. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Maggie Rogers. Reply Kate Henderson June 24, 2019 I really enjoy Maggie and this series Reply Fuckable PopTarts June 26, 2019 This vid and maggies voice makes me super chill Reply Fernando P June 26, 2019 This is an ASMR for me Reply Jose Carlos García Vélez June 26, 2019 This is the best ASMR video I’ve ever watched so far. Reply Digital Mobile Posts July 5, 2019 00:25 There is truth to creativity & suffering! You see more visions, & have more clarity! There are thoughts & visions in the night that come to your brain! Was Van Gogh addicted to money? Like we need in this capitalistic society to survive? Corporations are creating the poverty in this life! I was making a living teaching crochet, since the beginning of youtube, which for years was a way for me to deal with pain, & push my voice inward, inside myself, when I was an Army Spouse! We were taught to push pain inward! And purposefully not talk! When I was single, after getting divorced, I found value in men liking me, for all the wrong reasons! Men liking a woman taps in to that "feel good" rush in the brain, probably like shopping, spending money, even making money, when a women has no purpose, or way to make ends meet! Making money can be addictive! I lost my revenue, on youtube teaching crochet, which pushed me in to a true deep depression, which is a very dark place! I am a fingernail biter most of my life, which if autism were around 50 years ago, I would be diagnosed as autistic! IN the past, all I has was my kids to feel good about myself when I became an adult! 40 years ago, women were groomed to marriage thru church! We never got to be kids & play as kids! It was all about our parents, grandparents, how if we did anything wrong, it would reflect bad on them! I didn't feel like talking to my teachers, for if I said something wrong, the teacher would tell my parents, then I would get in trouble! I had a lot of stress not getting As & Bs! Kind of like a lot of husbands treating wives like children in 2019! I really never had a purpose in life other than being led to marriage! Currently for me, marriage amounts to indentured servitude in a negative systemic discrimination towards women in 2019! Which violates the 13th amendment, with unequal pay for women to live on our own, outside of a man, who have been physically & emotionally abusive to me! Reply Scott Cook July 5, 2019 This girl is so condescending. Then says "i don't care about his mind" and continues to talk about it the entire video Reply RX TV July 5, 2019 He was a Genius. He could taste color. He drank his own paint mixer. He was a painter's painter. Reply Anonymous User July 5, 2019 You're not old enough to assess this piece. Sorry. Reply pronobozo July 5, 2019 Sounds like a machine learned voice. Reply Blah Snarto July 5, 2019 arent you pronouncing Van Gogh wrong? Reply Mad B July 5, 2019 Never heard of Maggie Rogers on my planet but her dead voice killed the video. No life, robotic and tern. A zombie describing a masterpiece. 👎 Reply Denis Parent July 5, 2019 Just an other painting, people buy for the name, not the paint. Reply Suning Starseeker July 6, 2019 Wow your voice is so sexy!! Reply faunfoto1 July 6, 2019 IMHO, this is sadly amateurish and foolish. You should see the painting or at least a representation of it on your own, and consider it before listening to commentary on it — even good commentary, let alone awful commentary. Would you go to a gourmet restaurant and have someone else eat the food you've ordered and then tell you about it? Or how about creating an ASMR video of the food, and then stare at it? : This is an excellent example of how our culture is technologically sophisticated and emotionally illiterate. Reply moldy bread 666 July 8, 2019 i appreciate you talking about his work, but as a fellow artist, i don't like how you looked into it so deeply. i really don't think there is all of that meaning in the swirling sky and buildings and cypress tree. i don't think that's true. he was mentally ill, yes, but he was also an artist who wanted to play around with color, texture, and how you could morph scenery to make it more interesting. i can understand you want to sound smart while saying big art words in your narration but he simply wanted to paint scenery in weird, funky ways because it gave his life purpose. there's really nothing that deep with the painting itself, it's just that normal people fetishize mental illness and think that these people must put profound, deep meanings into each one of their works because "what a tortured soul!!!1!1!1" (also, i really don't appreciate you thinking he was stable just because he could make artwork.) Reply purple urkle July 10, 2019 Awesome Reply Al Wright July 12, 2019 A woman who can't pronounce the name of the artist, can't pronounce the name of the painting, has no credence what-so-ever. Reply ozeppeo July 14, 2019 Goddammit. Never met an english speaker who could pronounce Van Gogh's name the right way… Reply MoMoSon July 16, 2019 This series is so brilliant! Please make more of these! Reply Leyla Henok July 17, 2019 this so calming Reply Vincent Ramirez July 21, 2019 this video was tortured art. Reply Vincent Ramirez July 22, 2019 Maggie = a 25 year old empty existence. Moma= undeserving owners of Art. Why is it a white female from Maryland describing Starry Night? White privilege. Who ever wrote the Narration Blows. Why ? Reply Dayna Hansen August 6, 2019 This gave me goosebumps! I can't wait to share this with my high schoolers. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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