WOO-HOO 8x10. PM'd.
WOO-HOO 8x10. PM'd.
EDIT: and the Beuys show in Berlin at Harburger Banhof was better in my opinion.
well they both work with gloppy stuff sometimes.
I will admit to ignorance: I'd never heard of Barney and had only very limited exposure to Beuys prior to seeing that exhibit. So it was fun for me. Beuys > Barney, agreed.
hi jared! are you back?
is that a bug on her forehead?
jeez what's next. Footbinding?
ahahaahahhahahaha! even better.
cuz sometimes you just want your goldfish to get some fresh air.
I have a few thomas kinkade prints that im rather proud of. Ill have to take some pictures sometime as soon as I can track down some darn flashcubes!
i believe they'll be touring again in the spring, and my money is on Coachella for sure.
ewiggy, will you please go to this gallery during october sometime and see the new Bob Dob exhibit and report back to me. I would appreciate it.
So awesome. The place that used to just be a p.i.n.g pong table that you could rent out has changed again. So fucking cool, what a perfect idea for a date.
At the fair grounds in Coasta Misery, they have an inflatable screen that they put up and do a drive-in movie. It's awesome. We can bring our 2 year old to movies that Jim and I actually want to see and she just falls asleep in the backseat.
Oh, and why is it p.i.n.g?
Beuys and Barney both really don't do it for me. In the world of big art egos, they pretty much win for constructing entire fictitious realities circling around their created personae. I guess Barney is slightly more palatable just because of the sheer craftsmanship of his work. And Beuys gets a certain level of props just because he did it first. And some of his work dealing with issues of nationalism is more engaging. But still, ugh.
And I want to go on a date to that drive-in theater so much. That's bad ass.
The ego kills a lot of it, because I find myself looking for reasons to hate them while experiencing the work.
Quicker than you'd imagine.
a print i did in 8th grade