A poem by Emily Dickinson, emorable quotes from Christina Baker Kline book, and personal reflections with Andrew Wyeth’s painting, Christina’s World Continue reading Reflecting on My Life with Christina Baker Kline’s a piece of the world and Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World
Paris, France Continue reading Egon Schiele, Louis Vuitton Fondation
Photos from my recent visit to see Lineage, French artist Jean Jullien’s recent exhibit in Hannam-dong, Korea. Continue reading Jean Jullien at Studio Concrete
Check out the latest collection of Helmut Newton works on sale, Naked With a Fur, in New York Continue reading Best Works of Helmut Newton, “King of Kink”
An artist to watch: check out Toyin Ojih Odutola’s upcoming exhibit, To Wander Determined, at The Whitney Museum of American Art. Continue reading Saying Something: Toyin Ojih Odutola
Formally trained in religious sculpture, Italian artist Gehard Demetz has progressed to become one of the most talented artists of our century. Continue reading Italian Artist Gehard Demetz, my modern day Geppetto.
“Inside the ‘buzzing, blooming chaos’ of a brilliant mind at work…. is madness.”
Case in Point: A rather engaging short film directed by the Jullien Brothers Continue reading Jean Jullien and the Allure of Abstraction
Osamu Yokonami is a Japanese artist and photographer based in Tokyo who devotes his lenses to the development of photographs contemplating homogeneity. His group portraitures are regarded for invoking notions about identity, the collective, naturality, and youth. Continue reading Osamu Yokonami: Is it About the Journey or the Destination?
Painted by acclaimed French surrealist, Rene Magritte, The Lovers or Les Amants portrays the busts of two lovers in embrace, each face clothed and masked by a thick, opaque cloth. Visual aids are emblems of the two lovers’ intimacy fiercely … Continue reading Rene Magritte & the Terror of Blind Love
I’m an avid supporter of the arts, and for illustrations, Jean Jullien is my favorite artist for them by far. The French artist’s claim to fame would arguably be at least for most public records, his impromptu illustration of the … Continue reading Jean Jullien, I dub thee my Houdini of Illustrations