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Double Deutsch

by E.S. Jones

“ You’ll sit forever, gluing things together,/Cooking up a stew from other’s scraps,
Blowing on a miserable fire,/Made from your heap of dying ash. 731 more words


Excerpts from Silver Meadows: Todd Hido's Re-exploration of Suburbia

 Todd Hido’s Excerpts from Silver Meadows currently on view at Bruce Silverstein Gallery offers visitors the opportunity to engage with suburban landscapes in a distinct and alternative manner. 444 more words


Precarious State of Performance Art

Performance art is moody, finding its power in a volatile vortex of actions and references on the semiotic scale of art. Like an arbitrary signifier that does not lead to any particular end, performance as a medium is menacing in its lack of stable definitions. 661 more words


Advocacy and Advertisment in the Art of Kenny Scharf

From Banksy’s NYC residency to tagged facades devouring NYC, Graffiti is breaking through the Art Canon’s glass ceiling and maturing into a socially conscious art form. 343 more words


Review of my work in "Visual Art Source" publication , March 30, 2014

The exhibition at Sandra Lee Gallery has been taken down yet a review was published just after the exhibition. I have pasted the text of the review here. 394 more words

Exhibitions In SF

Ron Throop's Wonderworlds

Abstract wonder worlds, billowing anthropomorphic forms of saturated hues, staccato brushstrokes and sweeping strides build topographic layers that undulate with the passing time. Entrancing by its vast expansiveness, its a conundrum how such disparate parts of line, color and form coalesce into a meditative atmosphere. 722 more words


Exhibition Review - Out Closure, Andy Goldsworthy.

Out Closure – Andy Goldsworthy.


Upon the beautiful setting of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, this piece by Goldsworthy is not set against any other piece of work, only by nature and landscape which it fits in to the rural setting and localised farming surrounding the park. 221 more words