I went to see the O'Keeffe exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, curated by Lisa Small. OMG! It blew my mind. It's awesome—not so much about her work, but who she was. Below are some pictures.
Last week was the Armory Show in New York. There were also a ton of satellite fairs around the city. Here are some cropped pictures I collected that week from the art fairs.
March 7, 2017 marks the 251st anniversary of Ercole Lelli's death. He is one of my favorite artists/anatomists. A lot of his OB/GYN models can be found at the Museo di Palazzo Poggi in Bologna. Below are some pictures of his work.
A couple of months ago, I traveled to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to install a collection of murals. One of the pieces that I really loved was a 45' W x 8' H text installation on a brick wall. Originally, I wanted to use the word "LOVE," but because of the religious restrictions of the country, I wasn't allowed to do it. Below are some of the pictures of the process.
A computer mockup.
The work in progress.
A selfie with my team. ❤
A couple of days ago, I had the pleasure to visit Daniel Horowitz's studio in Brooklyn. His work is phenomenal! I love the mirrored pieces Below are a couple of picture I took at his studio. Oh, and I got to meet his baby too!
I found the creepiest doll on the streets of Brooklyn. 😳😳😳
These are some of the paintings we're making for the "Peonies" collection. What do you think?
Kotatsu Iwata came to see my new paintings. It was great to have him. Of course, we did a live stream video of the visit. Watch it below.
We streamed live from Catherine Haggarty's studio. We loved it!
Take a look at the films for my new screens. I hope you love them as much as I do.
I started a new series of silkscreen paintings. I'm not sure if I love them or hate them yet. (Which is a good sign.) Here are some pictures:
Don't you love peonies? I bought a bunch yesterday and took the following pictures. I hope they inspire you.
Remember John Chamberlain? The guy who became famous for making gorgeous abstract expressionist sculptures out of car parts. Well, recently, I was visiting Dia:Beacon and took some close-ups of his work. Enjoy!
Yesterday, I streamed live with Michelle Tillou. We talked about Kim Keever's work. Check it out, and please leave me your comments.