Yestarday afternoon, half an hour before the closing, I passed by the room with all the ancient greek sculpture. Simply graceful, perfect to end this day.
This week, we listened the mexican performed by Babe Ruth; we passed by Meliksetian Briggs to see few works by the late artist Bas Jan Ader: we went to Bristol to check Josephine Pryde‘s new exhibition at Arnolfini; we listened few songs of the singer-songwriter John Grant; we visited the Gehry Residence in Santa Monica and the […]
This week on the blog we listened Blue Monday by New Order; we visited Frances Stark At Galerie Buchholz in Köln; we discovered the blog I am a washing machine blog of the young photographer Ioana Hercberg; we passed by London to see Kai Althoff‘s show at Michael Werner Gallery; we suggested to assist to […]
Ioana Hercberg, a young Frenchwoman, left Paris for New York City a few years ago. Ever since I’ve known her, she has held a camera, photographing friends, trips and places. So many pictures, and that’s how her blog “I am a washing machine” started. I really enjoy her universe, how it is full of colour, […]
Over the course of his career, Lindbergh has taken inspiration for his photography from modern dance, early German and East European cinema and photography, as well as his own personal history, resulting in a bold, elemental photographic language. With a minimum of artifice, spare styling, and openness to improvisation, he allows the innate character and […]
ERICA BAUM The Paper Nautilus Bureau, NYC September 7 – October 26 2014 Bureau is pleased to open the 2014 fall season with Erica Baum’s exhibition, The Paper Nautilus. Baum has become internationally known for her photographic work mining found printed sources for text and image. This exhibition presents work from three distinct series primarily focusing […]
TRAINS Night Gallery THE EXHIBITION WILL BE LAID OUT IN LINES. THE EXHIBITION WILL BE HUNG IN SEQUENCES BREAKING CHRONOLOGY. THE EXHIBITION WILL BE FORMAL, BUT NOT JUST SHAPES. PHOTOGRAPHY AND SCULPTURE ARE NOT THE SAME THING, BUT THEY ARE COMPANIONS. SOME CHOOSE MORE, SOME CHOOSE LESS, EVERYONE HAS TO HAVE AT LEAST TWO, AND […]