Sidney Janis, 1967 Silk-screening makes repetition part of the meaning of the image. Even one silk-screened print is felt as a repetition, and Warhol repeats these images until repetition is magnified into a theme of variance and invariance, and of the success and failures of identicalness. Prince of Boredom: The Repetitions and Passivities of Andy […]
Queen of Hearts, 1943-46 @ The Willem de Kooning Foundation “It is very interesting to notice that a lot of people who want to take the talking out of painting, for instance, do nothing else but talk about it.” – Willem de Kooning What Abstract Art Means to Me By Willem de Kooning, February […]
Girl Before A Mirror by Pablo Picasso “People are always asking me to sign my old canvases. It’s ridiculous!” – Picasso An excerpt from Conversations with Picasso by Brassaï Wednesday 20 October 1943 The table, only yesterday covered with dust, is completely clean. Catalogs, brochures, books, and letters have been carefully dusted and even arranged by size […]
Heaven Hell @ Ed Ruscha “I have really no direction, I have no plans. I can’t write my future. I can’t write my own history. I’m most fascinated by that one idea of the things that are undone now, will be done in five years time.” – Ed Ruscha MR. RUSCHA: I think the […]
“No it’s not!” I said, “I’m going to prove to you that it’s not. I can do this and it’s not pornography!”
Daisuke Yokota’s “Taratine” is a personal journey between the worlds he once knew of his mother to that of his lover.
”I go to places and I have the belief that if I can photograph well, the places will educate me to things I do not know about them.”
Now, it’s hard to defend yourself if you are in possession of the ‘white privilege’, as I am…
“Briney Breezes” is a distinct and somehow discomfiting collection of images between Charles Johnstone and the tireless Aaron McElroy.
Little Big Man Gallery – Los Angeles Video by Doug Rickard Original score by Greg Magnuson 2014-2015.
“I was 28-years-old when I took my first photo, and it felt good.”