Margaret Lee Sometimes Maybe The Green Gallery | 125 N. Harvey Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302 Transitions are not always easy and it might be fair to say that often times they are difficult. It’s hard to know the best course of action. Tenacity helps but sometimes it’s ok to settle into the maybe. Drawings […]
Every day starting 8am “Place du Jeu de Balle” in Brussels. I like spending my time there when I have the chance to pass by Brussels. You can find an old lather jacket, a bed, a T.V, precious dishes and a lot of other things.
This week we spent a day at the New Museum, announced the book launch for Queer Zines at Pro qm in Berlin, gave you a tour of le Chateau de Vaux-Le-Vicomte just outside of Paris, announced ‘My Atlas’ – an outdoor summer screening series in Los Angeles about women travelers, toured Heimo Zobernig’s new exhibition […]
Yvonne Rainer: Dances and Films is currently on view at The Getty until October 12, 2014. The survey includes photographic documentation of Rainer’s choreographic works, old notebooks and journals, films, posters, and other ephemera. It’s a beautiful little survey of Rainer’s work. I was delighted to see her notebooks, which included collections of quotes, diaries, dream […]
As Martial Raysse said in the early Sixties ‘Today’s art is a rocket in space. Prisunic supermarkets are the museums of modern art’. Last monday was really cloudy in Paris, I decided to spend the day at Centre Pompidou to have a look at the new Martial Raysse exhibition.
This Sunday, July 13, at 356 Mission in Los Angeles, they will be screening the documentary Hairy Who and the Chicago Imagists, introduced by Ricky Swallow. The event is free and begins at 8:30PM sharp. I’ve always loved the colorful, fantastical, and highly stylized work of artists like Jim Nutt and Christina Ramberg. I’m very excited […]