Nozkowski Speaks

Painter Thomas Nozkowski speaks about his process. Lovely, simple and honest. Anecdote: I was at one of his openings and it was crazy crowded, I wanted to see the work, and I was a bit aggravated (luggage in hand, leaving NYC). So I asked the man in front of me if he minded moving to the side so I could see the work. He complied and then said, “At least ONE person is looking at the work.” And then various people proceeded to congratulate this man…you got it! Share →... Read The Rest →

William Kentridge

Drawing: Check out the ode to Georges Méliès room. Go to the MAGIC and see “Taking a line for a walk”! Share → Tweet

Marina Abramovic Verbal riff on themes that the show brought out in me: The imperfect words, people recognize what you R, but I don’t, define a bundle of energy- not a clear definition. A clap of thunder is not and then it is something and back into nothing. Recognize, yes, but not so easily defined. Same: “white or black” skin. A “multiplicity of concisities”. And I am non-judgmental – Neutral you could say: calm, acceptance, offering some clarity. The process is reasoned, insightful, weighing the situation, variables, accepting the unique. Buddhist-... Read The Rest →