I wept when FilmStruck failed. I cried a thousand tears for lost access to Bergman, Tarkovsky, Fassbinder, Fellini, Agnès Varda, Kurosawa, Andrzej Wajda, Chris Marker, Alain Resnais, Fritz Lang and so, so many more. Well, […]
Do you dig movies? Are you a fan of films? I am a devoted movie watcher, not necessarily goer, and I haven’t been this excited about a new flick since The Bride of Frankenstein.
Shyue Woon’s Dark Cities Trilogy is a collection of three books each telling its own story presented as a photographic novel where every page and image deepens the imagined worlds Woon invites us into. Having, […]
We are Made of Grass, Soil, and Trees is the latest photo book by Ayaka Yamamoto, published by T&M projects, and it is real beauty.
Are you a fan of contemporary photography? Cutting edge image-making at its finest? How about beautiful challenging images collected in a beautiful challenging book? If you answered “Yes” to any of the above, read on.
Twittering Machines took its name from the Paul Klee work “Twittering Machine” (Die Zwitscher-Maschine), from 1929. Today is the anniversary of Mr. Klee’s birth, December 18, 1879, so an appreciation is in order. Enjoy!
This year was an interesting and amazing year. Let’s hope they all are. Mine was split roughly in half, work-wise, and I couldn’t be happier about where I’ve landed—TM is becoming the site I always […]
I purchased the Google Chromecast Ultra for one reason—to stream movies from FilmStruck.
The second horror film I watched as a child was called “The Haunting”. This was the 1963 film starring Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson, and Russ Tamblyn. As with the first horror film I […]
Quote of the day: “From the very beginning of her career, Paula [Cooper] recognized the ways that all the visual and performing arts were becoming intertwined, speaking to one another. And when she started hosting happenings […]