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 […]
Here’s the thing about publicly-placed art works—they are going to piss some people off. Artist Kenji Yanobe’s 20ft. tall “Star Child” depicting a cartoon-like boy in a radiation suit in Fukushima, the city that experienced […]
German-born NYC-raised artist Eva Hesse was a force to be reckoned with. Her work, sculpture, painting, and drawing, made mostly during the 1960s has been tagged “Postminimalism” by the Critics, the differentiating factor from regular […]
I had never been to Hudson, NY before Saturday when I arrived no worse for wear with time to spare before Herb Reichert’s opening at the John Davis Gallery. Come on in…
Sometimes you stumble upon a gift. The thing about stumbling, however, is you first have to be moving and to find a gift you have to have chosen a direction.
You have to go back to Jean-Jacques Beineix’s Diva from 1981 to find as lovable an audiophile as Jules. His infatuation with Diva Cynthia Hawkins, portrayed by none other than Wilhelmenia Wiggins Fernandez, leads him […]