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
Magi© Bullet , by AA Johnson, first installed at the height of the AIDS crisis in 1992.My friend and I stood under the ceiling of semi-deflated pills for some time, wondering how we’d be able to get a balloon down so I could take one home with me. If I weren’t flying out to South Korea the next day, I would have gone back to the museum in the morning to see if there was one ready for me to pick up. See it at the MoMA. My Favorite Wife My Favorite Wife is a romantic comedy that ends happily … Continue reading Things I Recently Enjoyed
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
Another day at the Museum of Modern Art with some new art. Continue reading Art Finds at MoMA
Remember dudes that life is too short to be poorly dressed. Continue reading Good Menswear: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know Until You’ve Seen It.
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