The Backyard Summer Art Series

I was invited to an art shindig tonight in Newport by Catherine Druken, the sister of a good friend of mine. I wasn’t sure what to expect, beyond the usual experience of running into lots of people I know (an inevitability in one’s home town), but what I found was an amazingly low key, yet classy set up. Held in Continue Reading →

SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2015

I made the trek to NYC this past weekend to catch some of the Armory Week action. It was a very intense day jammed packed with endless booths of art and a LOT of walking the streets of NYC. I began this epic day with the curator driven fair, SPRING/BREAK. Held in the unused offices of the Moynihan Station, SPRING/BREAK Continue Reading →

Revisited: David Namhon Kim, “Husk” at Yellow Peril

Husk from David Namhon Kim is one of those exhibitions where science and art have been so intricately intertwined, that you forget where one begins and the other ends. The living breathing piece that is Proliferation remains in a constant state of flux. While grass seeds work on their relatively slow progression towards a more plantlike state, countless laboratory grade, Continue Reading →

Sandra Erbacher, “Standard Deviations”

On a very busy Saturday, I made a conscious effort to make it over to GRIN for Sandra Erbacher‘s “Standard Deviations”. The concept of taking institutionalized objects and engaging them in a way that doesn’t conform to those standards is certainly one that I can appreciate. (Seven years of working for corporate retail will do that to a person) Take Continue Reading →