Sunday, February 28, 2010

Camminando | Sun Farm and Snow

Winter in the Hudson Highlands on route to the Taconics.

Sunrise Trellis with no Sun

Framing the View and Switching Fields

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Vernissages | NYC, William Kentridge at MoMA

A survey of three decades of William Kentridge's work and opened yesterday at MoMA. The spectacular exhibition presented large scale multichannel film and video installations.
The South African artist works in a multitude of media including film, collage performance, books, prints and sculpture. His most recognizable work is animated films from charcoal drawings, which present socio-political themes ---totalitarianism, apartheid and colonialism--- in poetic and lyrical interpretations .
The exhibition included Journey to the Moon and maquettes of the Kentridge's production of the Mozart's opera Magic Flute.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Vernissages NYC | Chelsea February 19 | Size Does Matter

Size Does Matter opened tonight at the Flag Foundation. Extremely crowded, probably the main attracting factor was the "unusual" curator, basketball star Shaquille O'Neall.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Vernissages NYC | Chelsea, February 11

Olafur Eliasson at Tanya Bonadkar

Banks Violette at Barbara Gladstone

Thomas Ruff at David Zwirner

Mattia Bonetti at Paul Kasmin

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Vernissages NYC | Chelsea February 4 | Jan Dibbets "New Horizons", Jan Gilbert "Sur La Ligne", "Not Singing Allowed", Sterling Ruby "2 Traps"

The most interesting openings of the evenings were about photography ---and its different contextual media and branching, from conceptual to installation based work: land and water images of Jan Dibbets, lost places in the memory journey and of Jan Gilbert and a powerful photographic documentation of Flamenco, beyond dance.

Jan Dibbets, New Horizons at Barbara Gladstone

Jan Gilbert Sur la ligne/On the Line, at 571 Projects

No Singing Allowed: Flamenco and Photography at Aperture

Sterling Ruby, 2 Traps at Pace Wildenstein