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Last week, the summer film series, My Atlas, presented by The Clockshop, screened the 1959 film The Savage Eye. The Savage Eye is a gorgeous black and white film that is part docu-essay, part drama. It was shot on weekends over the course of three years. The film follows a divorced woman as she wanders around […]



Richard Linklater’s new film Boyhood was shot over the course of 12 years. It follows the life of a boy from age 5 to 18. The film stars Patricia Arquette as the mother, and Ethan Hawke as the father, of Mason. I found the film to be surprisingly realistic in it’s portrayal of a boy growing up, […]

WEEKLY WRAP UP | JULY 28 – AUG. 1, 2014

Museum of Neon Art

This week on the blog we traveled to Sequoia National Park to the giant General Sherman Tree and the magical Crystal Cave. In Europe, we ventured to the island of Antiparos in the Cyclades, where Zürich-based gallery Eva Presenhuber inaugurated the new space Kastro. We turned you on to the music of Caandides, the film Slaves of New […]


Luke Fowler, Contort Yourself, Installation View
Photo Credit:  Robert Wedemeyer
Courtesy of Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles

Contort Yourself is a group exhibition currently on view at Kayne Griffin Corcoran in Los Angeles. It features the work of four Glaswegian artists: Luke Fowler, Jim Lambie, Sue Tompkins, and Jonnie Wilkes, curated by The Modern Institute, Glasgow. The press release states that this group show is in fact an assembly of solo exhibitions […]



Slaves of New York is a rom-com from 1989 starring Bernadette Peters. Peters plays Eleanor, a hat designer with rad ’80s style, who is navigating New York’s “Downtown” art  scene. Eleanor lives with her self-absorbed artist boyfriend Stash, until her awesome hat designs are discovered by a fashion designer named Wilfredo, played by Steve Buscemi. […]

WEEKLY WRAP UP | JULY 21- 25, 2014


This week, I watched the Swedish film We Are The Best! and I remembered one of my favorite films from when I was a kid, Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains. The film is full of awesome teenage punk fashion straight out of the 1980s. I had to post more pictures. We also took a walk […]


We Are the Best! is a really cute and funny film about 3 teenage girls in Sweden who form a punk band in the 1980s. It reminded me of one of my favorite films as a kid – Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains, which is also about a group of 3 teenage girls who form […]