I went to Cambodia in September as a side trip while visiting Thailand. Here are some images from my first few days in Siem Reap, exploring the ancient temples, Ta Prohm and Angkor Wat, and the surrounding villages. See more on my official photo website here.
I really love this Forgotten Iowa photography project by photographer Cody Weber. First of all half of my family live in Iowa, many whom I have never met. I am interested in seeing this place that continues to be a mystery to me. I have also documented many of the small towns of my home […]
Charles Atlas, The Waning of Justice, Luhring Augustine Chelsea, Feb 7 – Mar 14, 2015. More information here. Installation views. Images courtesy ©Luhring Augustine Chelsea. Beautiful Monsters, Curated by Douglas Fogle, Gladstone Gallery, January 28 – February 27, 2015. More info here. Installation views. Jack Smith. Images courtesy ©Gladstone Gallery. Matters of Pattern with Louise […]
I just learned about a death in the family as I started my Chelsea art tour on Wednesday. And then I saw this video, “Cowfish”, 2011, by João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva, which was part of the Beautiful Monsters show at Gladstone Gallery. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this sad, big […]
The best shows I came across yesterday in Chelsea: Spain & 42 St. at Foxy Production with work by Darja Bajagić, Jimmy Desana, Peter Hujar, Robert Mapplethorpe, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Heji Shin, Laurie Simmons, & Deborah Turbeville. Up until January 31st. More information here. Deborah Turbeville Darja Bajagić Peter Hujar Robert Mapplethorpe Heji Shin Mamma […]
Went to Chelsea two times last week to take in as many fall shows as my brain could handle. After a pretty bleak Chelsea summer (with many galleries just closing their doors completely for most of it) I was rather pleased with the work on offer this fall. I think my favorite exhibition was Laurent […]
Very much looking forward to seeing this film in the theater this week. Cheryl Dunn is a talented lady. Williamsburg theater info here.