So, it was pouring rain, the wind was gusting to 60 mph,
and the temperature was 40 degrees...
Good day for looking at some art!
By the end I was soaked to the core, but this is what I saw....
I like these...
Ink on paper by Christian Brown
at Nancy Margolis Gallery.
Super early George Rickey at Marlborough Gallery.
The super nice and helpful gallery girl
said I couldn't take pictures....
Somehow I managed.
This piece is from 1958 and is really, really great.
On to Andrea Rosen for Wolfman Tillmans.
I know, it's Wolfgang,
It was a joke....
Pretty funny though, right?
I bet no one has ever said that before.
WHERE do I come up with this?
I'm a genious.
I mean genius....
Only stoner's grow corn in their Berlin apartment.
Prefab uptight German modular furniture.
Moving on along to GAGOSIAN GALLERY....
This behemoth is by David Smith.
I did a nice job of sneaking the shot no?
I was the only one in there
so the guards were watching me like a hawk.
Moving along to 21st street for more
(you just HAVE to write it big)
for some Sandy Calder.
This is the best shot I could get as I was leaving,
as the guard (between texting) had snagged the dude in front of me
for trying to snap a shot.
I'm going to address this "no photographs" in a later post....
(I know you can't wait.)
Banks Violette at Gladstone.
Something slightly interesting about it...
Now for some "real" art...
These photos are a little blurry because
I was shooting without a flash
with one freezing hand
while the other tried to keep the umbrella
from picking me up like Mary Poppins!
Mini I like.
This will get even better as it keeps getting tagged....
Mark Kostabi meets Le Corbusier.
I like to think this was planned....
These were cool. Kinda Tim Rollins & KOS.
More KOS street.
Sanctioned at Yvon Lambert.
But with both,
it's all about the Benjamins....
Door of EYBEAM.
Is it eating a skateboard?
I wish it would.
Not a fan.
Good luck with that Mr. Snooty 21st Street Brownstone Dick.
Name of my new band....