Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented at MoMa. On view through April 10, 2021 Things I loved about this exhibit: It was interesting to see the works of artists who promoted more utopian, democratic schools of thinking and then went … Continue reading Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented Exhibition at the MoMA
Pieces I particularly enjoyed this month at the MoMA: Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver’s Cinematic Illumination, Floor 4 Retrospective of French anarchist Feliz Feneon. Making: I’ve recently discovered that embroidering is a very meditative activity for me. I’ve been working on this … Continue reading Parts of My November
Frida Kahlo’s portrait and mirror Donald Judd Continue reading MoMA with Family
Why was that and a tractor there? Who knows? Continue reading MoMA’s Creativity Lab, Donald Judd, and a Little Tomato Farm Out Front of the Guggenheim
Very emotive figurative works by Noah Davis: “I found my drive to diversify permanent collections. They are the beating heart of the art world. If you can change the collection, you can change the public story of art.” – Helen Molesworth Continue reading Stellar David Zwirner Exhibits, and Art I Like, January 2020
Art I most liked from my first visit to the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, accompanied by very of the moment ramblings and thought-spurts! The grammar errors abound! Continue reading Day at the Museum: Rijksmuseum
A study of religious relics and decorative masterpieces. Continue reading Day at the Louvre
Can a Negro study the law?
Can Kim Kardashian study the law?
Revisiting cultural shackles crossing generations. Continue reading Can A Negro Study The Law?: A powerful retrospective of Charles White’s contributions to social liberty.
Paris, France Continue reading Egon Schiele, Louis Vuitton Fondation
“Agnes Martin / Navajo Blankets” at Pace Gallery in New York, 537 West 24th St., Running until December 21, 2018. Continue reading Agnes Martin at Pace Gallery
A study of highly stylized and simplified form. Continue reading Constantin Brancusi: A Vanguard Artist
Photos from my first visit to Palais de Tokyo with Cédric.
Inspiration through things not entirely understood. Continue reading Palais de Tokyo, August 3, 2018
“You can kind of see the psychedelics and their tendencies”…. an installation and tribute to F-U-N Continue reading Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983
Explicit political commentary by artist and Yale School of Art grad Judith Bernstein, coupled with flashy lights and dick pics galore. Continue reading Money Shot by Judith Bernstein
Another day at the Museum of Modern Art with some new art. Continue reading Art Finds at MoMA
Figures moving like specters – Feiji Turuhashi adds an ultra-romantic lens to contemporary love through his newest video-projection installation with MoMA. Continue reading Teiji Furuhashi on the Transience of Contemporary Love
Some weekends ago, I met up for lunch with Jee, a dear friend of mine and talented retail analyst and curator. Having stuffed ourselves with the scrumptious food to be had over at Moma’s Cafe, we decided to partake in … Continue reading On the Question of Seeing