Monthly Archives: April 2013

Flourless Almond Cake

Recently I became gluten sensitive and decided to refrain from any food containing substantial amount of flour, which eliminated a lot of my favorite things to eat: ramen, dumplings, crusty country breads, croissants, fruit tarts, chocolate cakes or pretty much … Continue reading

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Many Oddities at Culinary Arts Museum in Providence, RI

I took a little R&R after the installation and the opening of my show at Accola Griefen Gallery to parts of New England that I have never been to. I visited Gilded Age mansions in Newport imagining Edith Wharton‘s characters … Continue reading

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Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt at MoMA PS1

Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt: Tender Love Among the Junk One of my old professors from SVA, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt had a retrospective at MoMA PS1. Tommy, as everyone from school always calls him, makes luminous, devotional art out of trash: cling wraps, foil, … Continue reading

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April Gallery Roundup in Lower East Side

There were some interesting shows in Lower East Side galleries this months, and as usual the work somehow seems to relate to one another in the art world’s continuing obsession with minimalism. Here are some of the noteworthy exhibitions that … Continue reading

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