This piece by Evan Drolet Cook got me thinking about perception, and hubris, and how for the most part, our reputation around the world has the taint of arrogance and naïveté when it comes to world view. Obviously, for some of us, this is not the case, but in general, Cook’s rendition of the North American map is a good reminder of all we may not have experienced. And though Americans are used to seeing this meme of a world view…let’s not forget…there’s a whole big world beyond this continent…just sayin’….
- We’ve been watching street art and graffiti gain recognition, even respect, in recent years. Now the ‘street’ is moving inside next month to Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
Barry McGee, Houston Street and the Bowery, New York, 2010, photo by Farzad Owrang
“Art in the Streets will be the first exhibition to position the work
- Some loveliness after a week of the other.
- Easy to follow, do it in your living room and don’t be afraid…let yourself go!
It’s been a day for the record books, an 8.9 earthquake, huge tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and now the threat of nuclear pollution. So in honor of Friday, and some de-stressing goodness, here is a lesson in yoga from someone who
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