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20121010024031-screen_shot_2012-10-09_at_4 NOCTURNES, REVIEW BY JILL CONNER  
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Josephine Sacabo, Dalt Wonk at OPEN HOUSE - 379 BROOME STREET, NOLITA, NYC October 26th, 2012 - October 27th, 2012
Posted 10/10/12

            Nocturnes is an elaborately designed book that harmonizes a series of stunning black-and-white photographs with a series of eloquent poems. Each poem, printed on a sheet of vellum, serves as a portal to related, mysterious photographs. True meaning only exists deep down in the observer’s reservoir of nostalgia, the place where we all want to go swim at night, an unpredictable dreamscape where figures and objects pose as symbols of one’s experience. The rhythmic juxtaposition between w... [more]

20120605010957-the_moon Nocturnes  
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Josephine Sacabo, Dalt Wonk at Verve Gallery of Photography July 7th, 2012 - July 28th, 2012
Posted 6/5/12

            Nocturnes is an elaborately designed book that harmonizes a series of stunning black-and-white photographs with a series of eloquent poems. Each poem, printed on a sheet of vellum, serves as a portal to related, mysterious photographs. True meaning only exists deep down in the observer’s reservoir of nostalgia, the place where we all want to go swim at night, an unpredictable dreamscape where figures and objects pose as symbols of one’s experience. The rhythmic juxtaposition between w... [more]

20120117173748-bobby_recine_1 Alchemy of Beauty - press release by Jill Conner  
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Robbie Fimmano, Bob Recine, Steven Sebring, Mario Sorrenti at OPEN HOUSE GALLERY February 8th, 2012 - February 12th, 2012
Posted 1/26/12

Bob Recine’s stunning new book Alchemy of Beauty reveals the elaborate, creative punk genius of an artist whose drawings, paintings, collages, photographs and sculptures have become some of the most exuberant works seen in popular culture today. Bob Recine has amazed thousands with his work, through its bold manipulation of medium over subject, turning hair into an form that bridges seamlessly between high fashion and contemporary art.  “Sculpture is the noblest art,” writes Rene Ricard in the... [more]


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