Friday, August 1, 2014

vernissages | July 31, Manhattan and Brooklyn

Yesterday was my first day back home, which I am truly enjoying, although the steamy warm humid weather —not too hot, at least according to NYC summer temperatures.
After a visit to the local Apple store, a visit to Chelsea and finally the Vice magazine photography exhibition at Pioneer Works, in Red Hooks, Brooklyn, made me my return quite enjoyable and refreshing after the five months spent on the other hemisphere of the planet, doing the PhD endurance test dealing with the supervision politics.
Viewing at Aperture gallery

Paul Kolker "dot derivatives...the new abstract!"

Adding to the "lightforms" series with snapshots in the outdoor space of Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn

"Trompe l'Oeil" the photography show curated by Vice magazine at Pioneer Works

Mapping the art meanderings