There’s a Reason Why Art is Shown Best in Public Institutions. U Get Me?

Last weekend I went on a pilgrimage with a friend to the Hall Art Foundation which is up in Reading, Vermont, near Killington where we stayed during the hottest day of the year to date.

The barns of the Hall Art Foundation

There’s no air conditioning up there as they just don’t get that . . . → Read More: There’s a Reason Why Art is Shown Best in Public Institutions. U Get Me?

NYC – uninspiring?…..Never! 📣

Last weekend I went to NYC, my usual, regular pilgrimage that makes all right with the world, and saw my usual varieties of art and for the first time in a while felt a little blah about it all. Nothing was inspiring me. “Really, nothing?”, I asked myself. I’m in NY for freaks sake, there . . . → Read More: NYC – uninspiring?…..Never! 📣

You Know That Microphone Amplifies, Don’t You?

Ok, I am especially preoccupied with consideration these days and, particularly, presence in consideration.

Space Station 76

I saw a very creative film last night, Space Station 76, that combines space travel, the future and the 1970’s into one film and it was such an interesting concept! The reason these all go so well . . . → Read More: You Know That Microphone Amplifies, Don’t You?

Have You Seen the Whitney Biennial This Year?

The Whitney Biennial used to be hit or miss and pack as many artists in as possible. One, maybe two, pieces per artist and no real cohesive plan (at least that’s how it appeared to me in the days of yore).

This time it’s different. There are less artists but more work by each one . . . → Read More: Have You Seen the Whitney Biennial This Year?

Curious Dog = Empathy. Dig?

I went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Boston Opera House last night, for the second time. I saw it on Broadway in NYC last year and fell in love. You should know that this is the first play of any kind that I’ve seen twice. It’s really . . . → Read More: Curious Dog = Empathy. Dig?

Where Do We Really Live?

Ok, so I am bogged down in the details of my app building and learning so many new things each day that my head feels like it’s going to explode, however, I’m going to take a little break from that and write about an amazing artist I saw at the MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) . . . → Read More: Where Do We Really Live?

NYC – Not Gotham, the Emerald City, Right?

So, just spent another glorious weekend in NYC. My goodness, how rejuvenated I feel after an art infused weekend there. All of my stresses sort

The Front Page on Broadway

themselves out and become strengths again. So fabulous!

Let’s see. Got in a ticket at a short, two week run of The Front Page . . . → Read More: NYC – Not Gotham, the Emerald City, Right?

Life Is Hard….So Who Are You Grateful For?

So, this is a hard one.

Mom

I am a very independent and a generally happy person, but life has intervened. I usually like all of the ups and downs life brings. It’s a challenge and I think of it as a test of my character as to whether I can be the best . . . → Read More: Life Is Hard….So Who Are You Grateful For?

Do You Have an Issue That You Can’t Let Go Of?

A couple of weekends ago I did my usual pilgrimage to the holy art land of New York City. There weren’t an overwhelming number of shows that I was

Balloon Dog (Yellow), Jeff Koons

yearning to see, besides, galleries and museums are generally in flux in August and don’t have . . . → Read More: Do You Have an Issue That You Can’t Let Go Of?

Want to Transport to A Magical Place with Me?

The most important pilgrimage I’ve taken yet this year has been to see Xu Bing’s Phoenix at The Cathedral of Saint John the

Phoenix

Divine on the upper west side in Manhattan. I had missed the mighty birds when they previously resided at Mass MoCA, but when I saw them in NYC, I realized . . . → Read More: Want to Transport to A Magical Place with Me?