Love the studio of Leah Reynolds. here’s a spin through her studio. I want to make things that move.
A view captured after having dinner and meandering around town. A surprise design and history experience in this storefront. I’m not sure which intrigues me more the organized documentary group photographs or the classic furniture. I’d love to have a reading room like this. So wonderful to window shop when everyone has gone to bed.
I’m happy to have books in this single-sheet book show. There are more than 250 books.
About the show:
Saturday, December 14, 2013
3 – 6 pm
Friday, December 6, 2013
Saturday, January 25, 2014
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110 CHURCH gallery invites you to retreat from the cold into our gallery, transformed into a reading room. Be surrounded by stories, engulfed by pages, dazzled by over two hundred books. Books on shelves. Books on tables. Books hanging. Walls covered with books on display. Take books down, curl up and read. Fall in love with a book, buy it, and take it home.
Each of these books has been constructed from a single-sheet surface that is no larger than 11 x 17 inches. Over one hundred artists submitted books, addressing the theme: ritual.
RiTUAL. A ceremonial act ~ Rites used in the course of worship ~ The performance of ceremonial acts ~ The prescribed form of conducting the ceremony ~ A method of procedure that is followed without variation ~ performance with gestures, words, and objects, often in a sequestered place.
Pricing: $20, $75, $250 or free.
We are open First Fridays 5 – 8 pm : Dec 6 and Jan 3
Walking Philadelphia is always unpredictable.
This week we walked back from a client meeting and I grabbed this snap in the Callowhill neighborhood. It’s on the edge of being the next neighborhood to explode with development. This crazy crow is a bit of wheat=paste. Love it. Love Philadelphia.
Decided to go for a blast of the past and visited the old building. I was expecting jugglers and fire eaters inside the entranceway that feels like a strange mix between a castle and a wedding cake.
Curating and installing art exhibitions isn’t glamorous. It takes a barrel full of skills and some considerable math and physical effort. I’ve been installing a show for the past couple of days. All artwork presents challenges but 3D work requires more physical structures to display and present work properly.
I love doing the work — all of it.
It was an art-filled holiday.
Well, except for all the chores. This is a picture of Damini’s box. I had sketchbooks, pens, and pencils strewn everywhere. More information on the art making at artlog.stellauntalan.com
Sharing a few moments with an person of great insight and awesome creativity.
So looking forward to seeing this film.
I’ve always been fascinated by this work. Looking for video examples of my favorites.
from the promo:
PINA is a feature-length dance film in 3D with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, featuring the unique and inspiring art of the great German choreographer Pina Bausch, who died in the summer of 2009. PINA is directed by Wim Wenders (Buena Vista Social Club, Wings of Desire), who was a long-standing friend of Pina’s.Wenders takes the audience on a sensual, visually stunning journey of discovery into a new dimension: straight onto the stage with the legendary ensemble and follows the dancers out of the theatre into the city and the surrounding areas of Wuppertal – the place, which for 35 years was the home of Pina Bausch.
Who knew? Graphic performance.