Yearly Archives: 2011

New Group Exhibition in Greenwich

Still Life: Breaking New Ground I am participating in a group exhibition in Flinn Gallery, which is housed in Greenwich Public Library in Greenwich, CT.  The opening is Thursday, October 27, 6pm-8pm.  I am also giving an Artist Talk on … Continue reading

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Paris Gallery Crawl-III

This is going to be my last post about the gallery exhibitions in Paris in September, 2011.  The most exciting show for me was Jim Shaw‘s installation and drawing show at Praz-Delavallade. The exhibition, titled THRILLING STORIES FROM THE BOOK … Continue reading

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Paris Gallery Crawl-II

Here is the second part of my Paris gallery round-up for September, 2011. In this entry, I am listing some of the more interesting shows that I have seen in smaller galleries around Marais district in Paris. Most Paris galleries … Continue reading

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Paris Gallery Crawl I

I have been neglecting my blog for a while, and there is a good reason for it. I went to France for 3 weeks for a long anticipated vacation. 🙂 I have eaten some amazing food and seen some interesting … Continue reading

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A Foodie’s Dilemma: To Eat or Not to Eat a Bug

Eating is Political I have been thinking about what I eat in relation to not only pleasure and health but also the health of the planet.  As a self-confessed foodie, restricting what you eat is an absolute anathema (“I can’t be … Continue reading

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Art populism, dirty words?

Recently watching the idiotic debt ceiling debates and the appalling spectacle of the politicians talking over each other, I kept thinking about the culture of language and the idea of populism. How did the idea of Populism, the idea that … Continue reading

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Regardant le Tour de France

Chaque Juillet, j’attends avec une grande impatience l’arrivée du Tour de France, la plus grande et la plus célèbre (aussi la plus difficile) course cycliste du monde.  Normalement je ne suis pas une grande fan de sport (bien que je … Continue reading

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Artist Talk at Bronx Museum

I am participating in an Artist Talk this Friday as a part of Bronx Calling: First AIM Biennial.  If you have missed the opening, this will be a wonderful chance to see the show (for free 🙂 ), and hear … Continue reading

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Savage Beauty of Alexander McQueen (La beauté sauvage d’Alexander McQueen)

I went to see Alexander McQueen’s very popular posthumous exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art called Savage Beauty.  The wait to get in the exhibition is always at least 30 minutes, and once you are in the exhibition hall … Continue reading

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Un voyage intellectual dans le temps de Tom Stoppard

This spring theater season, I did not have too much time to devote to sample a lot of shows, but I did have a chance to see the revival of Tom Stoppard‘s 1993 masterpiece Arcadia starring Billy Crudup, Margaret Colin, … Continue reading

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