October 9, 2016

#CORRESPONDENCIA, Community Futures Lab, Luz Elvira Torres, México #CORRESPONDENCIA at Community Futures Lab Alien Architect, Cohen Asher reached out to me through social media to attend a pop-up event at Community Futures Lab, 22nd & Ridge Ave. The thing was I had my own event, a large group show of the Photographic Society of Philadelphia at The Plastic […]

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August 13, 2016

Gerhard Richter, Piz Lagrev, 1995, oil on canvas. Promised gift of Keith L. and Katherine Sachs. Embracing the Contemporary, Sachs Collection at Philadelphia Museum of Art DoN confessed his love of Gerhard Richter to Katherine Sachs, sharing how being a Richter apologist for some folks can be difficult. I asked her, as a collector, if she gets that kind of push back from […]

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June 30, 2016

Lilliana Didovic, Written Walls, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 30″, Main Line Art Center Perceptions of Reality and Dreams, Lilliana Didovic, Main Line Art Center In the land of gods and monsters is a secret place that only the believers can go. If you suspend imagination and ride the gravity waves, the world is beautiful in […]

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June 17, 2016

Artspace 1241, Stella Untalan, ink drawing Artspace 1241, Brian David Dennis, Lesley Tao Mowat, Stella Untalan: Being in the Woods Being in the Woods unites Stella Untalan‘s ink drawings and Brian David Dennis‘ large cardboard construction titled, [bar], in a meta-magical art installation vibrating with the rhythms of the universe and nature. Minimalist drawings using walnut ink and […]

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May 26, 2016

Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 from the Planet Glamtron Alaska Thunderfuck, Haus of Ham at Kung Fu Necktie To say that I’m totally fan-girling over going to see Alaska Friday night is an understatement. I am obsessed. I wrote about her video Your Makeup is Terrible back in 2014 as the #2 video of the year. Since […]

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May 10, 2016

Tilda Mann, Wave (Paradise Cove), oil on paper mounted on wood, Creating Momentum, Cerulean Arts Gallery Studio Creating Momentum, Cerulean Arts Gallery Studio At a recent award ceremony, where I was one of the photographers, I overheard a comment from a voice behind me. The man said to his companion, “I miss those days when […]

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April 30, 2016

180 Farben (180 Colors), Gerhard Richter, Philadelphia Museum of Art 180 Farben (180 Colors) While studying at the University of the Arts, one of my writing assignments was to sit and stare at one painting for an hour, take notes and write an essay.180 Farben (180 Colors) is included in the sensational International Pop exhibition at […]

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April 21, 2016

The Rabbit: Myths, Legends and Fairies at The Plastic Club I have a song ear-worming in my head, The Twinkle Song by Miley Cyrus. The annual costume party held at The Plastic Club has afforded me the opportunities to overcome stage fright in the past through public speaking, reading poetry and acting in skits. As a Beat Poet […]

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March 22, 2016

Drew Leshko, ENROUTE, 16″ x 20 1/2″ Home is Where You Park It, Works by Drew Leshko at Paradigm Gallery + Studio Paradigm Gallery + Studio, 746 South 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19147, “Home Is Where You Park It” works by Drew Leshko through April 16, 2016. Closing Reception Friday, March 25th • 5:30pm – 10:00pm Exhibition Hours Tuesdays, Thursdays, and […]

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February 16, 2016

  Mannequin: A Group Photography Exhibition, Laura Storck, Curator It all began as a fake Facebook challenge last Summer. Laura Storck posts a lot of photographs of mannequins on social media with the hashtag #philly_mannequins. Other photographers in Laura’s sphere of influence started posting their own Philly Mannequin pictures online. Then the bogus photo challenge […]

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