I’m now taking orders for the Sleeve for iPad mini … on sale starting at $19.
Design comparison between an old Chevrolet coe (cab over engine) truck and the face of the baby walrus that will soon be in the Brooklyn zoo.
Very excited to be a part of this show in Minneapolis’s newest gallery… davidpeteresengallery.com
With works produced by computers and examining Modernism, Wade Guyton gets a solo survey at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Wade Guyton, who creates art on computers, is the subject of a midcareer survey at the Whitney Museum.
I love this picture because Guyton is sitting there looking almost like he’s never sat behind a computer before.
Today my neighbor gave me a bowl of plums and peaches from trees in the yard. The plums are still all powdery which makes perfect sense, since they have nothing better to do while up in the trees than to pretend they are 19th century English judges who must come up with some sort of judicial opinion about the leaves surrounding them. Court is in session for several months as the situation ripens and the tension builds. Finally there is a verdict: “The court finds you to be - (insert a very long pause with audible silence) - blessedly guilty of photosynthesis”. The leaves are relieved but the trial has taken it’s toll. They will soon start falling from the trees.
“Recording conversations became a protest against forgetting. I wanted to have traces.”
Having so much fun with #catvidfest today:
Today Minneapolis hosts the Internet Cat Video Festival, and the Walker Art Center is in full cat-vid mode.
Elevator, by David Sollie. Mixed media on canvas, 57” x 84”, 2009-11. Originally exhibited at 2010’s America’s Sweetheart! A Brief History of the Shackway Corporation at Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis, this image is intended to give hypothetical access to areas above and below the space in which it is hung.