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Studio visit with Howard Smith, NY, July 2016

August 1, 2016 Elsewhere 0

On my recent trip to NY, I spent my first night on my good friend Mike Smith’s couch (long story). On the wall beside me were...

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Cy Twombly detail from IG

January 23, 2016 Studio 0
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The Avant-Garde Won't Give Up: Cobra and Its Legacy, Blum & Poe, 12/23/15

Los Angeles Gallery Crawl, December 2015

January 7, 2016 Gallery Crawl, Elsewhere 0

Whatever caught my eye, for all sorts of reasons, in no particular order.

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New York Gallery Crawl, November 2015

November 15, 2015 Gallery Crawl, Elsewhere 0

Whatever caught my eye, for all sorts of reasons, in no particular order. Although I was really taken with Alvin Baltrop’s work….so a bit more...

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Charles Curtis plays works by Carolyn Chen, Alison Knowles and Christian Wolff, October 25, 2015

Charles Curtis at the Schindler House

I was at UVA in Charlottesville for Charles Curtis’ last SASSAS appearance so I made sure to be in town for this one. So good...

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Chantal Akerman, Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

Chantal Akerman

October 6, 2015 Studio 0

From the NYT obit: Mr. Mazzanti recalled asking Ms. Akerman how she had edited “Hotel Monterey,” a silent film about a Lower Manhattan hotel that...

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Yoshi Wada and Tashi Wada at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

It was AMAZING.

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Noah Purifoy, No Contest (Bicycles), LACMA

Noah Purifoy at LACMA

September 26, 2015 Studio 0

It’s a great show – closes tomorrow (Sunday, September 27). You have to see it. But for me, seeing the work torn from the desert...

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Eden Annual No. 4, 1960, page 15

matchy matchy

September 16, 2015 Studio 0

This image from Eden looked familiar….then it hit me…….

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Agnes Martin and enlightenment

August 23, 2015 Studio 0

You sort of underestimate the human being when you say that every least thing that is an abstract experience is spiritual. It isn’t. It’s just...

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