Spring break from teaching at Parsons.
Day 1: Gallery scoping on my
New York stay-cation.
this small text-based exhibit
Well worth a go see.
Good to know
the young bucks are picking up
where Barbara Kruger and Jenny Holzer leave off.
Stumbled upon this collection of Slim Aarons, John Swope and Juergen Teller snapshots of
fabled Italian hotel
Check out the full reel at Nowness.
Just back to the city after a restorative holiday in
I went fishing for the first time at a small stream in
Sterling, the town where I was born.
The slopes and the saddle found me righted again
for the first time
after a long absence.
I created a little album of the scans of my Holga negatives.
So many glorious moments spent
and old friends.
the sound of human lives
strange warmth, hot and cold females,
I make good love, but love isn’t just
sex. most females i know are ambitious, and I like to lie around
on large comfortable pillows at 3 o’clock
in the afternoon, I like to watch the sun
through the leaves
of a bush outside
while the world out there
holds away from me, I know it so well, all
those dirty pages, and I like to lie around
my belly up to the the ceiling after making love
everything flowing in:
it’s so easy to be easy –
~ Charles Bukowski
Who knew photographer Paul Jasmine did the voice of Norman Bates’ mother in Psycho?
There’s a short interview with Jasmine posted on NOWNESS.
Check it out here.
“I was always a visualist.
I decided if I wasn’t inspired by something I’d move on.” ~Paul Jasmine
I like this blog.
It reminds me of my parents’ old medium format prints
and of dancing to Elvis in my Grandmother’s kitchen upstate.
This shot is inspiration for the gathering of faces I want to welcome to
our new apartment this fall.