Sunday, February 28, 2010

We do it for the Art


Whether buying, selling, looking, sharing, helping, supporting, making or working, we do it for the art.

A day in Bushwick below:

Starting with Norman Jabaut on view at Storefront, through March 28th, the show is titled "Fog Walks."




"The paintings by Leger, the combines by Rauschenberg,
and the shaped canvases by Hermine Ford are my guides
to a world attached to texture, color, and simple forms."
-Norman Jabaut



A lovely Rauschenberg hangs on the horizon line amongst the fog walk-collected works.
Norman in repose above.

The nice looking back room of Storefront with a view of Deborah Brown and Brooke Moyse.

Onto Famous Accountants for lively work and discussion of the "we" in all of us and community everywhere right now in the artworld.

Pictured below are views of "In My Secrecy I Was Real," Randal Wilcox





1 comment:

KW HQ said...

I like this comment: "discussion of the 'we' in all of us and community everywhere right now in the artworld."

That's something I think about a lot, in both art and education.