The General Sherman Tree is the largest living organism on earth! It lives in Sequoia National Park in California. In 1879 it was named by James Wolverton, a naturalist who served as a lieutenant under General Sherman in the American Civil War. I visited the park this past weekend and was blown away by the great mass and […]
SUMMER SWEATSHOPJuly 6 5pm-9pm Supportico LopezKurfürstenstraße 14, 10785 BerlinFeaturing Julien Ceccaldi, Liz Craft, Charles Irvin, Fabian Marti, Pentti Monkkonen, Lucie Stahl, and Amelie Von Wulfen.
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Drout is an auction house based in Paris. It is the oldest public auction in the world. I really like spending my time there. You can see beautiful pieces from everywhere in the world, and there is a particular athmosphere that exists only there. You can meet old, young, or rich people, collectors, gallerists, and […]
Edge of Continuation, a summer group exhibition opened this past Sunday at Pablo’s Birthday Gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. It will be on view until August 3rd. The exhibition featured colorful juicy paintings from a group of artists interested in abstraction, mark making, and humor. I really enjoyed the exhibition. If you are in New […]
Jean-Luc Moulène is a French artist that I really like. Transpalette is an art center based in a small town, Bourges. Their programing is really interesting, and they have been very active since 1998. At the moment, they present “Disjonctions”, a series of 42 photographs that Jean-Luc Moulène took between 1984 and 1995. It is […]