Friday, March 27, 2009

anaba paparazzi

Geoffrey Young, at Champagne and Baloney, at Jeff Bailey.

Geoffrey curated the show... I saw him give a great poetry reading at his gallery in Great Barrington last summer. Here's a photo.

Mike Glier.... of HOOSICK!!!

Mike's included in the show. He had a wonderful room of mostly green paintings at Mass Moca last summer. Mike Glier's Along a Long Line.

Tom Otterness
Tom Otterness, talking with Mike Glier at Jeff Bailey.

Paddy Johnson, Phil Grauer, Sarah Braman, Aron Namenwirth... at Richard Tuttle, at PaceWildenstein.

Richard Tuttle, at his show at PaceWildenstein.

Jon Lutz, at Liz Markus, at ZieherSmith.


zipthwung said...

'By July 1916, Dada was a Zurich sensation, this while the Battle of the Somme accrued its grisly statistics: roughly 500,000 German casualties, 200,000 French and 420,000 British. The military incompetence and arrogance of those in power escalated to an unfathomable scale. Hans Arp wrote, ‘We had a dim premonition that power-mad gangsters would one day use art itself as a way of deadening men’s minds.’'
--'Gaga for Dada,' The New York Times Style Magazine, Fall 2005

eageageag said...

Sorry if the Barbara Streisand lyrics didn't make the cut. How about serious quotes from serious thinkers? Here is one by Lucy Lippard:

"Art is, after all, a fantasy, for all its imagined "new realisms", and the artist is a fantasy figure made up by herself/himself in collaboration with society and legend."

Anonymous said...

art is the happening of truth at work

dual monitors said...

art is why I live.

Anonymous said...

art is not the spiritual side of business

art is what we do, culture is what is done to us

art was invented in the 19th century with the advent of photography