Sequoia National Park abounds with wonder! A mere 45 minute drive down a winding road from The General Sherman Tree – the largest living organism in the world! – is a large cave. Crystal Cave was absolutely magical. The parks service has installed lights, so that visitors to the cave can check out the natural beauty […]
I recently visited the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, California, where I discovered the work of Betty Davenport Ford. Ford is a sculptor who has been active in the California ceramics scene since the 1950s. Her clay forms usually take the shape of animals and plant life. In addition to her sculptures, I really […]
I am very excited about this new exhibition, Ray Johnson Designs, now on view at the Museum of Modern Art. Those familiar with the work of Ray Johnson will know about his correspondence art – letters, drawings, collages, and prints he sent to friends and family through the mail. Lesser known is his graphic design work, which this […]
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 […]