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Sheridan Brown’s Pop-ups from Frieze

 

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Daido Moriyama-True Grit

  Born in Japan, he is a world citizen, through his peregrinations in urban surroundings, observing with his camera the meaner streets and the social changes in the second half of the 20th century. Two coinciding shows , one called … Continue reading 

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“The world is too much with us”-Charlotta Westergren’s paintings at Patrick Painter

William Wordsworth, a 19th century English poet, would have liked this show. Charlotta Westergren’s paintings are more than gorgeously painted images of sheep and birds. The paintings could very well  illustrate Wordsworth’s lines: “Getting and spending, we lay waste our … Continue reading 

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Rodarte, Prada and Post Empire

Can fashion be art? If  you ask the curators of museum shows lately they would say “yes – of course.”  We are not talking about lifestyle manufacturers like Ralph Lauren and Karl Lagerfeld. We mean those two sisters from Pasadena … Continue reading 

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“An embarrassment of riches or just embarrassing?” by Sheridan Brown

The only person I know who can turn back time is Cher. -Anonymous Sunday I attended a sold out performance of Eleanor Antin’s   re-creation of a 70′s performance of “Before the Revolution”.  This was the last of the 10 day … Continue reading 

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The Sheridan Brown Files

Dear Sheridan, Thanks for these photos! I love them. I mixed them with several of my own. You may think me crazy, but do you mind if I imagine you dressed like a spy, in a belted overcoat and a … Continue reading 

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