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
“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
Toyin Ojih Odutola: When Legends Die, running until October 27, 2018 at Jack Shainman Gallery, 524 West 24th St. Continue reading Toyin Ojih Odutola: When Legends Die
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
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
A New Yorker’s recommended spots in Wynwood, Miami.
“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
My story of how I came to fall in love with art
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
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”
Another day at the Museum of Modern Art with some new art. Continue reading Art Finds at MoMA
Compiled by Professor Lampo Leong, Ph.D, University of Missouri.
For use by those are self-taught art enthusiasts like me. Continue reading Basic Principles of Color Theory
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.
Verdict: Not much, but here are the stuff that was worth it.
Continue reading Frieze 2017
An ode to the broken and beautiful: A visual manifesto in healing of trauma. Continue reading Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings
“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
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