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
Paris, France Continue reading Egon Schiele, Louis Vuitton Fondation
Showing until March 9, 2019. Continue reading Les Lalanne: Designed by Louis Benech, Paul Kasmin Gallery
Chris and I go on a lengthy art gallery hop through Chelsea, and I’d have to say this was our favorite pit-stop: David Zwirner Gallery, a stellar power house. We had to gulp down our cappuccinos. Continue reading David Zwirner Gallery: Endless Enigma: 8 Centuries of Fantastic Art
A study of highly stylized and simplified form. Continue reading Constantin Brancusi: A Vanguard Artist
“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
Another day at the Museum of Modern Art with some new art. Continue reading Art Finds at MoMA
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.
Climate flux is becoming a real thing, but come March, spring to me is still just spring.
For those that are with me! Here’s some beautiful things to herald in our months of bloom. Continue reading A Prelude to Spring: Things I’m Loving