Archive for May, 2008

I was super excited to see Roger Ballen’s work at the NY Photo Festival a couple weeks ago and was disappointed to miss his lecture. I was even more disappointed to see that the prints in the show, curated by Kathy Ryan, photo editor of The New York Times Magazine, appeared to be mediocre digital […]


(This post refers to a show that is, unfortunately, no longer on view in NYC… but more info can be found on ICP’s excellent website. This was actually supposed to be my *very*first* post but in my excitement and haste I forgot that I ever wrote about this show!) For this exhibition, The International Center […]


It’s been a particularly wet and gray day in Brooklyn. If you live here and you don’t have a car, chances are you hate this weather because you will inevitably have to spend a portion of your time getting from here to there out in the rain and arrive at your destination a little wet. […]


I finally made it to see the Whitney Biennial this weekend and am SO glad that I did. I won’t try to give a synopsis of the show because I don’t want to and I can’t. Once I saw Javier Téllez’s Letter on the Blind for the Use of Those Who See, 2007, video, my […]