Monthly Archives: July 2013

Sultry Summer

Walking in NY. Summer Night. Super sexy. How did the Park Avenue Armory get so misled? Paul McCarthy? Vile is only it’s first transgression. What’s really shocking is that a show triumphing adolescent nihilism gets that much funding. Instead, walk … Continue reading

Posted in Exhibitions, Looking at Photography, Making Images

Water & Light

These are certainly the characteristics of this hot, endlessly muggy summer. They are also the major components of two New York museum shows presently on view. James Turrell at the Guggenheim is spectacular. I’ve been 3 times so far. Not … Continue reading

Posted in Exhibitions

The Freedom of Summer

White hot pavement. Grey humidity. Valium haze. Too hot to cook, too hot to think, or perhaps I should say too hot to “over think”. It’s difficult to overcome my initial inertia, but once I take a camera out, I … Continue reading

Posted in Making Images