“And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.” – Kurt Vonnegut
Andrew Piccone’s artist website here. Andrew Piccone, Untitled 2014.
One of my favorite contemporary portrait photographers, Nadia Sablin has a wonderful blog that she updates regularly. Here is a little sample of what she has been up to.
Check out more images and her artist website HERE. Nadia Sablin, Untitled 2013.
well, I hate to say it but this is my last month living in New York City. As a way to say thank you and so long to this magical city, I have decided to try and capture a part of it each day. I will show these photographs once a week here. It feels so strange to be leaving this place where I knew I would always belong, long before I ever met it. But that’s life.. it moves on, whether you’re ready for it or not. So time to get ready for the next great adventure..
To know another is to know a universe of others, and as I smolder here alone the words could not leave my fingertips fast enough. Sometimes a soul must wander to truly know it is home.- Andrew McMahon
CONFETTISYSTEM: 100 Arrangements on view at MoMa P Site. Website.
Jeff Elrod: Nobody Sees Like Us on view at MoMA PS1 . Website.
(aren’t my models wonderful?)
Wolfgang Laib, Pollen from Hazelnut 2013 in the atrium of MoMA. Website.
Kehinde Wiley (Chapel as I like to call it) at Brooklyn Museum. Website/Info.
Dieter Roth, Zucherturm (Sugar Tower), 1994-2013 [& in background, Selbestturn (Self Tower), 1994-2013 @ Hauser & Wirth.
Dieter Roth, Landscape with Tower, 1976-1994 @ Hauser and Wirth.
Allen Ginsberg takes bathroom selfies too. On view at Grey Gallery.
Entrance to Hauser & Wirth.
Found wandering through Brooklyn.
Isa Genzken, Rose II 2013 installation on The New Museum’s Facade. Website.
Itziar Barrio. WE COULD HAVE HAD IT ALL at S.2.A. Website.
Julia Scher, Mothers Under Surveillance 1992 on view as part of NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star at New Museum. Website.
My motto this week.