Ok, still feeling lazy...
(I moved my sister today, so maybe that has something to do with it...)
but here goes....
I saw a great show yesterday that I had heard nothing about,
just stumbled upon it (that would make a great name for a website....),
I love when that happens.
it is at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery and celebrates the art that Donald Judd lived with
and promoted from his building at 101 Spring Street.
The building will be closed for the next 3 years for a major renovation
and this is an exhibition celebrating that.
Anyway, great art, great space, and a great job Mr. Robinson,
Coo Coo Ca Choo to you!
Judd's work/drafting table from 101 Spring.
There were great vintage color prints of the Spring Street space
interspersed throughout the exhibition.
All of these works were for sale btw.
Carl "I threw my wife out the window to her death" Andre
3RD STEEL SQUARE, 2008
Not a fan.
Geeze, let's move on Carl. It's the 21st century
and you are still alive for Christ's sake.
Lily Bolero, 1967
This is actually better in person.
More vintage 101 power....
Typewriter Eraser, 1977
This looked like it had been made yesterday.
It was kinda weird, NOS C. Oldenburg.
Owner of the Heidelberg Cask, 1962
I wanted to take this home BAD!
With Hidden Noise, 1916/1964
I could live with one of the 4 made....
Untitled (to Lucie Rie, master potter) 1d. 1990
Dan, guess what?
That's not "untitled"....
Untitled (NOT!) (In Honor of Harold Joachim) 2, 1977
This was really beautiful.
Hense the HUGE picture for your viewing pleasure,
too bad it is a shitty iphone pic yet again!
Another shot of 101, blurry, but still beautiful.
How'd you like to go to sleep there every night?
Looks like home to me....
Getting jealous of a dead man right about now....
Look at those sweet early Rietveld chairs!
101 Spring outside.
101 Spring, collage of inside, floor by floor.