Monday, October 29, 2012

Maki Na Kamura - Geometrie in LD. @ Dittrich & Schlechtriem

Maki Na Kamura, GiL XVII, 2011

Reception Thursday 13 September, 6-8 PM

Maki Na Kamura installation @ Dittrich & Schlechtriem


Here Comes Hurracaine 'Sandy' !!!


Thursday, October 25, 2012

Raoul De Keyser - In Memoriam

Raoul De Kyser, Front, 1992, H. 65" x W. 48.5"

I know your paintings, and that is how I know your soul.  I feel some sense of loss in my possessed knowledge of your life, and I sense it through the made objects of yours, and through your art I know you.  I feel like I just found out I lost a friend.  I love your paintings.

Raoul De Kyser, Front, 1992 (detail)

Passing transparencies, slow melodic builds, quiet crescendos, the paint breaths across the surface, blobs squirt and announce muted moments.

Raoul De Kyser, Front, 1992 (detail)

Loney doplet, lovely moment, echoed by shadows of previous marks in the pinkish beige paint.  I love your paintings.  RIP.

August 29, 1930 - October 5, 2012

Thursday, October 18, 2012

All I wanna do is Stay in that State

What happened between 1962 and 1969?

What you're trying to do is stay alive

Its all circular

Touch of God?

Guston Late Paintings at the Inverlieth House


Tuesday, October 16, 2012


Entrance to the Bahnhof

Marjtica Potrc, Caracas: Growing Houses, 2012

Bruce Nauman, Room with My Soul Left Out, Room That Does Not Car, 1984

Bruce Nauman, Room with My Soul Left Out, Room That Does Not Car, 1984 (detail)

Thomas Schütte

Thomas Schütte

Cy Twombly

Robert Rauschenberg, Stripper, 1962

Dieter Roth

Anselm Kiefer, Hoffmann von Fallerslebn auf Helgoland, 1983/86

Coolest Sign, Eva


Monday, October 15, 2012


Mr. Sophokles

Mr. Sokrates

Mr. Hesiod

Mr. Stoic Philosopher

NEUS MUSEUM, House of Ancient Art in Berlin, Germany.

Friday, October 5, 2012

The Sands of Time

The Sculpture?

This sculpture stands in the Kreuzsburg area of Berlin.  I came across it on my drunken late-night walk home.  I searched for an explain-o.  I found a little placard detailing an impetus behind the amalgam as 'symbolic of those lives wasted living under the totalitarian rule of communism'.  Guess that sums it up.  It's unfortunate though from the perspective of the United States that we have demonized so much associated with communism as bad, that it must be noted that these versions of communism had more to do with control and dictatorship (of which being totalitarian) and than with useful tenants of socialism.  Regardless...this image stands in my mind more or less symbolic of my Time in Europe coming to an end.  I will be back.  My life will go on, but oh boy I do miss her right now.

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