Blog Post Archive (July 2012)

  1. lasts forever

    You are my sunshine, my only sunshine You make me happy when skies are gray You’ll never know dear, how much I love you Please don’t take my sunshine away Remembering Franz West

  2. F/W12: Dries Van Noten

    via: Style http://www.driesvannoten.be/

  3. Alex Prager

  4. New Works by Andrew Kuo

    http://kuowork.tumblr.com http://earlboykins.blogspot.com

  5. Herb Vogel, RIP

    Herb & Dorothy Vogel at the National Gallery of Art Break my heart.

  6. SAINT LAURENT HOUSE / 5 PLACE FRANCOIS 1ER

    THE SAINT LAURENT HOUSE / 5 Place François 1er.

  7. Lightning Appears For A Clear Sky

    The Popular Workshop Presents: Lightning Appears For A Clear Sky Thobias Fäldt & Klara Källström July 20 – September 7, 2012 Opening Reception Friday July 20, 2012 6 – 10pm The Popular Workshop 1173 Sutter Street / San Francisco /

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  8. Western Front

    Archive

  9. The VAG: David Wisdom-Summer Night Slides

    Former CBC radio personality and photographer David Wisdom hosts a summer night series of art and music at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Featuring a selection of local practitioners, Wisdom presents his legendary slide shows with perspectives on the exhibitions. This

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  10. Tissue Please

    A Lasker painting suites me fine An exhibition on a hillside in France Carole Bove piece in a show in Chicago last year Nicolas De Stael Victor Hugo A room in a city with great views Oscar Schlemmer Rodney Graham,

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  11. Diaz Contemporary: Robert Arndt Exhibition- The Long Take

    We wish we could be in Toronto to see artist Robert Arndt’s show at the Diaz Contemporary. The show opened up this week with great success. If you are in Toronto be sure to stop by and see the exhibition

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  12. Black + Yellow Gallery Exhibition: Zain Burgess-Dead Calm Center

    Here are photos from artist Zain Burgess’ exhibition at Black & Yellow entitled Dead Calm Center.       Zain Burgess at the Black & Yellow Gallery