“Because we rock non-stop” – The Treacherous Three Treacherous Three as you can see / Special K / Sunshine / And Kool Moe Dee / And don’t forget MC Spoonie Gee:
Mark Flood’s Artist’s Statement! I give it a “wow!” (New Work up at Zach Feuer Feb 26-Mar 26 2011)
I’m diggin’ this airplane shot from the Nathan Harger show which opens tomorrow (Dec 9 – Jan 29) at Hasted Kraeutler. The images are high contrast black and white, mostly architectural details, and prove you don’t have to go far from home as it looks like they were shot within a 10 mile radius from [...]
From Jerry Saltz in the comments page of New York Magazine’s site about his favorite paintings in New York City: Dear Readers, Thanks for reading this column about my favorite paintings in New York museums. Do you have an inner art-critic dying to get out and get published? Maybe I can help. I’m expanding this [...]
I’m beginning to think that food photography is an excellent way to exercise the frustrated former-painter aspect of my personality. I shot with food stylist/chef Michelli Knauer last week. She made sardines with eggs and beets! The color combo is worthy of praise, no? I really enjoy moving blocks of color around. It reminds me [...]
The New York Observer (June 14, 2010 issue) in an article about the Ron Galella doc Smash His Camera refers to Harry Benson as a paparazzi photographer. That’s weird.
I love a good 50 cent word. This one I looked up to be sure I understood it properly. _____________________________ Verisimiliar Main Entry: veri·sim·i·lar Pronunciation: \ˌver-ə-ˈsi-mə-lər, -ˈsim-lər\ Function: adjective Etymology: Latin verisimilis Date: 1681 1 : having the appearance of truth : probable 2 : depicting realism (as in art or literature) — veri·sim·i·lar·ly a [...]