Category Archives: art
ShareThere’s something unnerving about the Brothers Quay. Not their work so much, but them. But their work is tied so closely to their work some of that inscrutability might transfer. Ron Magliozzi, Associate Curator at the MoMA where “Quay Brothers: … Continue reading
ShareAn Independence Day promise to send last year’s Christmas “card” prompted me to rustle up the returns. After diligent cross checking of the mailing list there weren’t too many. We made a film and used a piece of original production … Continue reading
ShareLast week Brent Green invited me to a sneak peak of his show, To Many Men Strange Fates Are Given, at the Andrew Edlin Gallery before it opened this week. I didn’t read the press release he sent, so I didn’t … Continue reading
Share Doing some more research and found this nice little film on Thomas Cole on the website for his landmarked home in Catskill.
ShareWe’ve been contracted to do the graphic for the NEH/PBS initiative “Picturing America”. This has mostly been the title sequence and typesetting with a couple other things here and there. That’s in addition to the handful of full subjects we’ve … Continue reading
ShareLast night I went to Hine Mizushima’s opening at Gallery Hanahou in the Cable Building. It’s actually a group show, four craftsy felt artists. Hine did an updated version of “Why Does The Sun Shine?” for They Might Be Giants … Continue reading
ShareAcross from the Metropolitan Museum. Up close and personal.
ShareI hadn’t been to the Museum of the Moving Image since its renovation. That was a few years back. I remember it being more friendly, less airport-y. I also remember the permanent exhibition to be more interesting, less Hard Rock … Continue reading
ShareHere are the remaining five images from the 1977 monograph of George Grosz’ photography. These are all images of New York from the eyes of an immigrant in 1932. The first set were his passage. Even a guy fresh off … Continue reading