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Category Archives: Exhibitions
The opening for the exhibition, Strays, was held November 14. Many of the framed images were purchased at the opening, but I have created a special site for those who have would like to view the images individually and learn … Continue reading
The opening for Strays takes place November 14, 6-8 pm.
“Then there is the fuzzy matter of focus,” Anthony Lane wrote in an article about the Julia Margaret Cameron show at the Met (The New Yorker, 9/2/13). It made me think, not only about the question of pictorial focus, but … Continue reading
The autumn edition of Shots Magazine, an independent journal of photography, just arrived. The theme for this issue is “The Five Senses”. Having totally forgotten that I submitted some images a few months ago, I was thumbing through the magazine, … Continue reading
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
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