With thanks to Lauren, Dan, Oona and Jack.
Getting from point A to point B might be the hardest. What’s that saying about taking the first step?
when in doubt trust your shadow.
a different kind of tenderness.
maybe that’s enough.
There’s a story here. Many stories.
Suffice it to say, this one was already someone else’s interpretation and I
stumbled upon it. And so I’m left wondering: are we looking for the same thing?
As significant as anything else and perhaps even more so.
Why we take pictures in the first place and for whom.
Impossible to transcribe
Damn forks in the road.
message in a bottle
it’s written on the wall
slip of the tongue
thank goodness for incandescent light bulbs.
There’s some vey good art out there!
Last month I saw a few exhibits that I keep thinking about. Beautiful work. Here’s some samples and links to the galleries:
Emilie Clark ~ “Sweet Corruptions” at Morgan Lehman Gallery through October 20th.
Laura Letinsky ~ “III Form & Void Full” at Yancey Richardson Gallery through October 20th.
Lise Sarfati ~ “On Hollywood” at Yossi Milo Gallery through October 13th.
Jesper Just ~ This Nameless Spectacle” at James Cohan Gallery through October 27th. Loved it.
Michael Eastman ~ “Urban Luminosity” at Barry Friedmanthrough October 20th.
Barney Kulok ~ “Building” at Nicole Klagsbrunthrough October 27th. Check out also the limited edition accompanying book also tiled “Building,” which includes 49 black and white plates as well as an essay by architect Steven Holl and afterword by filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn. Hardcover; Edition of 1,000; Aperture Foundation: 2012
Barry Kulok, installation view of “Building” at Nicole Klagsbrun