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“You’re starting to destroy my fucking life, Luke, do you know that?” The words echo, and the three other people in the pool stare at us. “I’m being exceptionally nice to you doing this here. Exceptionally nice. I hope you realize that.”
new smithsonian american art museum blog: eye level
Nice resource, the series is over for the moment but the website has video interviews. Was checking out Elizabeth Murray, just saw her retrospective at MoMA.
(this is the dog we were talking about tonight that has the puppies.)
Afterbirth opens today, Wednesday, at Living with Art (in SoHo)
Opening reception 6-9pm
153 Lafayette (at Grand St.), 7th Floor
Tillamook Cheddar: Afterbirth comprises paintings and sculptures created during the months before—and after—the birth of her first and only litter, six healthy puppies born July 10, 2005.
• Opening Reception with Tillie on Wednesday, November 2nd from 6 to 9 pm.
• Kid’s Reception. Tillie will host an afternoon for kids on Saturday November 5th from noon to 5 pm and will demonstrate her talent with a live painting performance – adults friendly.
• Pet Reception. Tillie will welcome dogs of any breeds on Saturday, November 12th from 2 to 5 pm – human friendly.
Afterbirth exhibit: November 2 to 15. The Living with Art gallery is open for visits from noon to 6 everyday except Sundays and Mondays.
Also, Tillie's first solo museum exhibition opens Thursday:
An Exhibit of Art by Tillamook Cheddar
Curated by Baird Jones
November 3, 2005 through November 24, 2005
The Paterson Museum
2 Market St.
Paterson, NJ (973-321-1260)
“Who is the Most Provocative
Conceptual Artist of Our Time?”
An Exhibition of Art by
Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson,
Christo, Tillamook Cheddar
Curated by Baron Edmund Voyer and Baird Jones
Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, 10:15 - midnight
Gypsy Tea Nightclub, 27 W. 24th St. (off 6th Ave.)
Private vodka mixed drinks reception from 10:15 - 11:30PM
Free admission for you and your guests from 10:15 until midnight
by saying that you are there for this art show
The Hearst Tower discussion continues: 33 / 34 / 35
Someone makes the point that the top of the addition looks "lopped off." Agreed, from the original plan photos I thought it would be tapering, not boxy at the top. From the ground it does appear to taper. But from the side, at a distance, you can see it's just another damn box with a fake geodesic exterior. And the relationship to the "base"--hoo wheee. Check out the photos in the thread of the Urban Ziegfeld interiors--wild!