The longer I look at the half-truths, the more shocking they become.Read more "The Lying on the Wall: Paul Ramirez Jonas’s “Half-Truths” at Manhattan’s New Museum"
A Chinatown adventure with a friend leads to the discovery of a very playful and “insouciant” (aka casually indifferent) Japanese artist.Read more "Auras and Zebras and Greek Tragedy, Oh My: Kazumi Yoshida’s “Charade” at the Cheryl Hazan Gallery"
A first encounter with street art…indoors.Read more "Back 2 The Streets: NYC Urban Art Fair, July 2017"
Trust me when I say that there was not much mobility.
Definitely not hypermobility.Read more "Stop Trying to Make Hypermobility Happen, Whitney, It’s Not Going to Happen"
When I asked Iranian artist Nicky Nodjoumi what his favorite current shows in New York City were, he directed me to Anselm Kiefer’s show at Gagosian on W21st.
And when Nicky Nodjoumi tells you to go see a show, you go see it.
So go see it, I did.Read more "Anselm Kiefer at Gagosian on W21st: All of Your Naked Women/Flower/Destroyed Metal Tumblr Dreams Come True"
Why I “think that what the art world needs right now, is a superhero…” + some very lush art from very talented contemporary African artists.Read more "1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair: On Mohamed Melehi, People, Leaves, and Color"
“It’s my last day of work at the Taymour Grahne Gallery in TriBeCa and the owner, Taymour Grahne himself, is beaming from ear to ear. Just last week he announced the closing of his New York City space…”Read more "Mischief Managed: An Interview with Taymour Grahne at the Closing of his TriBeCa Gallery"