Monthly Archives: October 2014

New Shows…

Went to a few openings this week: Maggie Ens over in Chelsea, Caelum Gallery, 526 W. 26th Street Jim Pustorino in Bushwick, Odetta Contemporary Fine Art, 229 Cook Street. Laura Van Der Meule at the Light Horse Tavern in JC. … Continue reading

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Earth As Art And Poetry Festivals…

Many thanks to my friend and colleague Jenny Lee for sending me this link: Click to access 703154main_earth_art-ebook.pdf It’s interesting when one looks at something from another point of view they take for granted. Count down to Berlin and the … Continue reading

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Taxes, Zebra and VideoBardo…

A victory for artists. Now we can continue to make and share our art. So many times we have to prove ourselves to organizations, build portfolios, and/or are victims of a failing economy. At least now we can still deduct … Continue reading

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Condo (Ebola) Cancer Or The Virus That Won’t Quit…

I just came across 2 articles in Curbed NY: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/06/too_many_developers_are_building_giant_ultraluxury_condos.php This is indeed the downside of gentrification: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/06/high_line_decried_as_a_trojan_horse_for_the_real_estate_people.php And although Manhattan is and has become a play ground for the rich, the stuff that made New York great is rapidly … Continue reading

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Condo Ebola Outbreak…

  I’m wondering if this is ever going to subside or stop: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/03/parcel_of_six_probably_doomed_tribeca_buildings_listed.php Just heard Cindy Lauper is helping to open a facility for LGBT youth in need. Good for her! At least someone is doing something other than speeding … Continue reading

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Sperm Banks And Not Everyone Likes Banksy…

Not everyone likes Banksy: http://ski.curbed.com/archives/2014/01/banksy-the-uberfamous-uk-street.php Art reflects theĀ fallout from Condo Cancer: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/10/03/lets_hope_this_bushwick_landlord_doesnt_go_on_the_internet.php I think we are over saturated with ideas/performance/installation art that was popularĀ in the 70’s and 80’s. If you remember Fluxus was big in the 70’s and graffiti in … Continue reading

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sperm banks revisited…

My computer is still down so I must rely on my iPad. Saw this on the news last night: http://www.MSNBC.com/all-in/watch/woman-sues-sperm-bank-mistaken-black-donor-337196099537 Now I ask you, how many people had to go through this because of the Z Factor? Isn’t this what … Continue reading

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Computer Glitch

Computer is out. That’s the bad news. The good news is that everything is coming along. So it may be a few days until I can get back into the game. Then it’s off to Berlin.

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