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Agnes Martin, The Tree, 1964

The Tree

August 9, 2015 Studio 0

“When I first made a grid,” Martin said, “I happened to be thinking of the innocence trees and then this grid came into my mind...

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Cindy Bernard, Futura Book Collection, 1993

Futura Book Collection

August 5, 2015 Studio 0

Work made for Air de Paris, circa 1993

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Proceedings Vol. 7 No. 2, Rear Cover, 1961

Finally

August 3, 2015 Studio 0

After two months of unpacking, sorting and organizing, research for the first project realized in the new studio is on the wall! Feels great. In...

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CIndy Bernard, Joshua Tree #33 (Gray), 1994

Lost & Found: Joshua Tree #33 (Gray), 1994

July 30, 2015 Studio 0

Just discovered at the Princeton University Art Museum….

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Ask the Dust: Vertigo (1958/1990)

Not fade away

July 29, 2015 Studio 0

Printing an archive copy for MOMA. Framed original from 1990 and an exhibition copy from 15 years ago (distortion due to iPhone angle).      ...

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Cindy Bernard, Ask the Dust: Faster Pussycat Kill! Kill! (1965/1990)

Ask the Dust poetry

July 24, 2015 Studio 0

Found these poems based on Ask the Dust: Splendor in the Grass and Ask the Dust: Faster Pussycat Kill! Kill! online. Trippy.

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For Cindy by John Baldessari, 1996

My week, captured by John

July 24, 2015 Studio 0

Discovered while unpacking, perfect summary of the week.  

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Kitsu and Rafa

Kitsu’s here!

July 21, 2015 Studio 0
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Anges Martin Bio, 2015

Agnes Martin bio

July 17, 2015 Studio 0

Arrived! “Elsewhere the sky is the roof of the world; but here the earth was the floor of the sky.” – Willa Cather on New Mexico,...

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Consilvio Book

Thinking about Tom Consilvio

July 17, 2015 Studio 1

As I’ve been scanning the 100 images that make up the Security Envelope series, I started to think about the man who printed almost all of...

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