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Autumn in Torino   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
at Artissima November 8th, 2013 - November 10th, 2013
Posted 11/6/13

Long-necked blue cranes lurch over ancient churches filled with forged relics. Stiffly clothed bourgeois stroll under weeping Chinese maples, leaves burned and creamed, and past high-booted prostitutes shivering in the autumn chill. A woman in a distant window waves to an unseen lover. The symphony of umbrellas opening as travelers step out from the underground. Click, whoosh, click, whoosh, click-click, whoosh. Torino is my favorite autumn city. The wide regal streets ringing with trolleys, the reflectio... [more]

Whitney Museum of American Art / Fall Internship: Curatorial Intern, Andy Warhol Film Project  
Posted 10/5/13

The intern will create (photocopy and organize) packets of material to be sent to contributing writers; coordinate mailings of said packets; correspond with writers regarding timely receipt of materials; manage flow of information; assist book writers during research trips to MoMA. Requirements: Undergraduate senior or MA student preferred, film studies, art history and/or library science. Experience with Library Science and archival best practices strongly desired. Interest or experience in fi... [more]

Fall Preview: Bright Colours & Rebellious Attitude in London   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/12/13

There’s always a back-to-school feeling when September comes round, no matter how long ago you closed that chapter; it brings a certain feeling of dread and sweaty-palmed anxiety, and the peculiar impulse that you should buy a pencil case. Most gallerists no doubt have the same feeling; after a long summer closure, poor souls are forced back to dust down the artworks and open up their doors. Autumn in London in terms of shows can by now be loosely divided into two categories, opening BF (“Before F... [more]

Fall Preview: Bacchanal Chicago   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/10/13

Chicago has doubled-down in September. The month of openings is now a full-on arts bacchanal. The nascent EXPO has proven itself a powerful nexus, pulling together the disparate art worlds of Chicago into a dense cloud of top-notch openings, performances, events and fairs – many scheduling their openings around the weekend of the 20th to coincide with an amassing of collectors. Yet many galleries chose to open their Winter program on the first weekend of September as usual, perhaps to test the w... [more]

Fall Preview: Photography in New York City   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/10/13

The quantity, caliber and diversity of photography exhibitions in New York City this fall is remarkable. For students of the medium a curriculum could be developed and if I were tasked with building the syllabus I would start with the youngest generation and click backwards. Geographically speaking, that would mean beginning in the Lower East Side, passing through Chelsea and a few uptown galleries, before concluding at the Metropolitan Museum. Is it coincidence that the exhibitions become increa... [more]

Fall Preview: Brussels Art Days   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/10/13

There’s something appealing about Brussels’ approach to the reopening of its contemporary art galleries in September. Some cities take a couple weekends of openings to repopulate their galleries with new artworks. Others have one night when the entire local art scene switches on, decisively ending the August blackout. These evenings are fun – whether they come in staccato bursts or roaring symphony – but they’re also exhausting. And if you happen to be craving actua... [more]

Fall Preview: New Skin for an Old Ceremony   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/10/13

Autumnal heatwaves in Los Angeles never fail to diminish the refreshing thrust of new energy breezing from art spaces around the city. Summer wilts galleries into group shows and makes museums ever welcome air-conditioned hideouts for long-installs. But the fall, hardly ever cool in September, still brings in new skin for the old ceremony, fresh air before the mildish winter chills, not only in premiering first shows from new artists but also in bringing veterans to the city who rarely exhibit he... [more]

Fall Preview: Bittersweet Nostalgia in Amsterdam   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/9/13

More than birthdays, more than New Year’s Eve, there’s something about September that viscerally marks the passage of time. A feeling of nostalgia hides under the angle of the Earth’s axial tilt. It blows in on cooling winds, grows with the lengthening shadows. It begins gradually, the bittersweet end of Summer, then suddenly there’s no time left. Last September the Stedelijk Museum reopened. Has it really been a whole year? Indeed. We’ve attended stellar exhibitions d... [more]

Autumn Days  
8/17/09 Posted 8/18/09

     Limited Edition- Autumn Days-Each fall I travel to New England, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont to partake in the change of seasons, to feel the crisp air, smell baking apples, watch the frost melt off an entire field and hear the crunch of the fallen leaves underfoot. There is a quiet that surrounds me as I sit or even drive down a narrow gravel road not sure where it will lead but in no hurry to reach its destination. Let my images take you there. [more]

Pop ARF Gains Celebrity Status  
2/22/09 Posted 2/22/09

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