After BTS‘s back-to-back appearances at the GRAMMYs, iHeartRadio Live, and The Late Late Show With James Corden, RM is enjoying a well-deserved break!
ARMY‘s favorite art-loving rapper recently dropped by The Broad, a contemporary art museum in Los Angeles. RM posted photos of three art pieces from The Broad on Twitter.
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The first is Yayoi Kusama‘s Longing For Eternity, an immersive installation filled port-hole windows, through which viewers can see dazzling lights.
Jean-Michel Basquiat painted both of these Neo-Expressionist works: Untitled Skull (1981) and Gold Griot (1984). Conceptually, Basquiat’s work is steeped in social commentary, and visually it is highly influenced by graffiti.
In addition to art, RM gave fans a first look at his new microphone. RM previously used a blue mic during the MAP OF THE SOUL: Persona era.