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 […]
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 […]
Heimo Zobernig’s new exhibition takes place at Mudam in Luxembourg until September 7. Zobernig’s exhibition unfolds in two chapters. After Luxembourg, it will be continued at the Kestnergesellschaft in Hanover in November, where it will also occupy two distinct spaces. The first gallery will host the same group of sculptures, while the second will present a different series […]
This summer, the Clockshop presents a series of films, My Atlas, curated by Julia Meltzer, Sasha Archibald and Courtney Stephens. On Thursday July 10th at 7:30PM, outside in the Elysian courtyard, at 2806 Clearwater St., Los Angeles, CA 90039, the series begins with the film Morvern Callar (2002) introduced by Tisa Bryant. This is a rare and special opportunity to see some great films […]
This castle was built between 1658 and 1661. The architect is Louis le Vau, the interior designer is Charles le Brun and the landscape architect is André le Notre. This castle is 50 km from Paris. Perfect for one afternoon. Here some pictures! And for the anecdote it is there that the movie of James […]