Last week’s crop of art Instagrams shows that nothing can be as satisfying as editing an image to have the perfect balance of clarity and color. Feast your eyes on these images that were carefully composed, all for your liking. Seriously, go like these photos.


1. Dia:Beacon might just be Instagram Heaven. With its large scale, bold, and brightly chromatic displays, you’re guaranteed to get a star shot, like this one captured by @kaitlynsoares, during your next visit.



2. Another place that lends itself to A+ Instagrams is any gallery or museum that has Yayoi Kusama’s work on display. The latest Kusama work to be posted to the ‘gram is by @magdalenaczarnecki, and it was shot in Stockholm at the Moderna Museet.



3. Photographing lights on an iPhone can be difficult, and @amaz001 seamlessly executes this challenge by capturing this beautiful shot at Centre Pompidou.



4. Over the weekend, @biadoesnyc shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the creation of a street art mural. Her image was one of many posts that covered the Spread Art mural block party, which took place in Brooklyn.



5. @chihulystudio captioned their image of “Boathouse Neon 7,” a work created in celebration of last week’s Seattle Art Fair, with “TGIF!”


Stay tuned for next week’s addition and don’t forget to tag your Instagram photos with #ArtZealous, as your photo could be featured!


Top Image // Courtesy of @marysmoldar