Monday, November 30, 2009


Charles Demuth, The Figure 5 in Gold, 1928

I must be catching up with myself because I'm finally getting around to saying how awesome it is that ArtCat celebrated 5 years of goodness this month. I don't think it can be overstated what a game changer this site has been for artists, galleries, and writers. It was a wonderful and fresh thing when it started its "opinionated" path, and it remains so 5 years on. Belated--but HUGE--congrats to Barry, James and the entire ArtCat crew. Hugs. 5.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Rather Interesting.

Atom Heart, Dots

Half way through reorganizing my music. About 3500 CDs and around 2000 slabs of vinyl make this quite a chore. But it's a REALLY FUN chore, with lots of visits to old friends along the way. I'll be sporadically tweeting this post-Thanksgiving Day massacre as the day goes on, and some faves appear. Then next week I'll be consulting with my therapist about what was REALLY going on. That, I will not be tweeting. Time to check out the most realistic scene EVER in all of filmdom . . .

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Let The Power Fall. The NuMuBrou In Song.

Robert Fripp: Let The Power Fall

Horace Andy: Money Money

Negative Plane: A Church In Ruin

For all those "dangerous" bloggers out there who started, y'know, like, asking questions and stuff . . .
First Choice: Armed and Extremely Dangerous.

Taylor Swift echoes Charlie Finch.

And finally, let's keep on looking for the light. For real.

Saturday, November 14, 2009


Total ACID.

I've been looking forward to the full show of Jenny Morgan and David Mramor collaborative paintings since the summer when they had a couple canvases in a group show at Like The Spice in Williamsburg.

Like I said. Total ACID. No, not the drug or the chemical. The techno sub-genre. Something about the way the pushing in these paintings tastes. The way they come close to an itch, but then break into beauty. No complete sentences here, just full thoughts. That, and some wonderful back-and-forth blossoming. Take one.

For Acid nostalgia, click on D.A.V.E. The Drummer

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Every Word Means No.

No photos at DAC. If you want pictures you can buy the catalog. If you want information and links, you can use Google. You're on your own. You and the art.

Like I said, Every word means No.