Monday, July 31, 2006


Design wannabes unite! Upgrade for Heather's stick figures and everyone's latent doodling as procrastination talent. Vector graphics fun at Mikon.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Raise those AK's to the sky

I hid my Nike+ in my Reebok Classics. This is what passes for rebellion these days.

Ledelle Moe @ Metropolis (to be leased lot)

Found these large heads on the way up 14th st. -- Sponsored by G fine, across the street from Veridian. Seem to follow up her spring show with Jeff Spaulding in an awesome way:

Then these guys (pictured in the metropolis office across the street) shooed us away from the space. That'll get you blogged son.

Thursday, July 20, 2006


So, a complete waste of time -- a visit to the Verizon Store yields that the charger to my cell is as expensive as the phone itself.

But, I did get a few photos of DC's premiere performance artist:
That's right, infomercial king Matthew Lesko was at hand to argue his texting overages. In the question mark suit.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Gubbiotti: 5 things X 10

Jason Gubbiotti checks in at Artists Unite from Art Basel and Liste 06.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

(( insert joke relating WaPo art coverage to snowballs, hell ))

The Post has the (rare) story on the Phillips aquisition of two Paul Klees from the current show. Speaking on her and her husband's gift "The Witch With the Comb,"
"She looked so mean and she has two black arrows for hands and they are pointing down to hell," said Carol Cutler. The couple put the lithograph in their living room.
Does that make their english mudroom the river styx?

free manequin with security deposit

Yesterday, Karl, Jason and I signed one year on at 52 O st. studios, where Lisa Marie Thalhammer, Matt Hollis and others live and work.

Friday, July 07, 2006

oops i slept in the street and this woke me up

the architecture of density

The bulding doesn't end -- at the top or the bottom. Hong Kong or Annandale,VA? We all live in relative electron cloud proximity.

Wednesday, July 05, 2006


LAtimer Leah Ollman on Kristen Morgin's first solo at Marc Selwyn Fine Art:
The car brings to mind the musty, emotionally searing assemblage tableaux made in the 1960s by Bruce Conner, George Herms and Edward Kienholz (especially his "Back Seat Dodge '38"). In Morgin's work, though, human presence is never explicit but implied, and rather than recycle detritus from the world above ground, she creates her objects from scratch, from the rawest of the Earth's raw materials.
Objects from scratch are the new found objects--you can almost smell the next Art Basel Miami.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Landscape Circles

Installs today.