Category Archives: art

Atelier Jacques Rémus

“J’aime voir les formes mécaniques en mouvement et leur résonnance dans l’air et dans la lumière. Et je reste toujours fasciné quand je contemple les vibrations des énergies qui se déploient et se transforment.” — Jacques Rémus, Manifeste — One … Continue reading

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The Artist in the Garden

The gardens “defined [Monet]. They gave him life. They added kind of spiritual zest to his being and they obviously were absolutely central to his conceptions about art.” – Paul Hayes Tucker – This is a more recent article from the NY … Continue reading

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A Moveable Feast

“I know. We should live in this time now and have every minute of it.” “We’re watching the water now as it hits this buttress. Look what we can see when we look up the river.” We looked and there … Continue reading

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This is the everyday we spoke of

“What the Living Do” by Marie Howe Johnny, the kitchen sink has been clogged for days, some utensil probably fell down there. And the Drano won’t work but smells dangerous, and the crusty dishes have piled up waiting for the … Continue reading

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The Lost Museum

“In fact, if a museum were filled with all of the world’s stolen artworks, it would be the most impressive collection ever created. It would have far more Baroque sculptures, much better Surrealist paintings, and the best Greek antiquities of … Continue reading

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My Childhood in a Museum

“An amalgam of traditional art forms—painting, writing, sculpture, music, storytelling, cinematography—video games offer artists a previously unprecedented method of communicating with and engaging audiences.” — About the Exhibition — What do you know when you suddenly encounter your childhood behind … Continue reading

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Bea is for Bawdy

This is one of the funniest things I have ever seen. I was poking around Youtube earlier looking for clips of Elaine Stritch, because the woman who took me on a behind-the-scenes tour of George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate last … Continue reading

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I originally saw this last week on Towleroad, shortly after David Rakoff died on August 9, but had not watched it until now. It’s an extremely moving monologue-dance piece that he performed for “This American Life: Invisible Made Visible” back … Continue reading

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Gallery Night

Two weeks back in the real world, but vacation lingers. One last from Provincetown …

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Dune Series 4: Found Art

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