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MOMA: Lautrec 2

Another free figure drawing opportunity at MOMA last Tuesday in conjunction with the Toulouse Lautrec exhibition.





iPad; New Trent Arcadia stylus. 6 more words


Generational differences..?

Though its a while back now and sadly one of the two is about to close I wanted to write a little about two shows recently viewed. 829 more words

Abstract Painting

To Do Friday: See Robert Altman's 'Nashville' at MoMA

When Robert Altman died in 2006, at the age of 81, he left a gaping hole in the world of film. In a directing career spanning half of the twentieth century and a bit of the twenty-first—his last movie,  231 more words

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

Henri Matisse: artist, inventor, genius and creator.

Matisse’s Cut-Outs exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York is absolutely phenomenal. It is the largest display of cut-outs, featuring over 100 pieces of Matisse’s work. 151 more words





Process: Cut out elements from various papers with x-acto blade and/or scissors. Either: Assemble parts on MoMa Studio’s copier, print. Rearrange/add elements, print. Or: glue down all the bits and pieces. 20 more words


The Quiet Violence of our Production Line

Review of The Production Line of Happiness by Christopher Williams

MoMA September 2 – October 7 2014

The narrative maze of this Christopher Williams retrospective started with an invitation: small, white and rectangular, sandwiched between two panes of glass. 1,118 more words

Travel And Lifestyle

Yoshinori Mizutani: 'Colors'

The themes of my work are the everyday and the familiar. What is familiar to me, however, could be new to the viewer. It could also be revelatory or something previously overlooked. 648 more words