This is fantastic news.
The Philip Guston Catalogue Raisonne is being posted to Tumblr. Wow.
Why promote a company but not add a link?
Now that’s just cool.
The First Web Page, Amazingly, Is Lost
“Given the World Wide Web’s ubiquity, you might be tempted to believe that everything is online. But there’s one important piece of the Web’s own history that can’t be found through a search engine: the very first Web page.”
Read more at NPR.
Jessica Harrison has created a collection of creepy miniature furniture that look like they have been crafted out of human skin and flesh aptly called the “Handheld” series.
Yesterday we had the utmost pleasure to join Kenny Scharf in his East Williamsburg studio. Here are some of the highlights from his first floor studio and from the psychedelic Cosmic Cavern.
Stay tuned for more gems from our visit.
How Ya Like Me Now?, 1988
From This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s currently on exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Boston.
Night Music for Raptors, 2011, photo collage, acrylic on wood panel
Bloom 2, 2011, gouache on photogram
Expecting to Fly, 2002, photo collage, acrylic, gouache, resin on wood
Untitled (Entrance), 2012, leaves, acrylic, resin on wood
Halo of Flies, 2006, mixed media, acrylic, resin on wood