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I know it’s five o’clock somewhere, so can somebody please fix me a drink?! I am currently hard at work on several catalogue essays, an October feature for 944, and several show reviews including one for Art LTD on  Aaron Curry’s exhibit at David Kordansky.  Additionally I’m solidifying pitches for Flaunt and White Hot, and […]

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While my two recent profiles on Michael Salvatore Tierney and Matt Amato have been posted on the site for several weeks, they just hit the press this week and now they feel more real than ever before.  While many of us don’t seek out printed publications anymore and would rather read an article online, there […]

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“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust The places and names that make up our memory are but collections of photographs taken by the mind’s eye- they are a heap of fragmented images that mature with the perceptual filter through which they are […]

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Long before receiving knighthood for his services in architecture, Peter Cook was known as a founding member of Archigram, an avant-garde architectural group formed in the 1960’s. The group’s sense of invention was influential to British counterculture while Cook’s “irrepressible” (as he calls it) architectural desire continues to challenge the elasticity of boundaries. Currently Cook […]

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