There were two, in opposite directions, that snaked throughout the entire hotel lobby. People couldn’t wait to take pictures with him, catch a moment, get a book signed. But back to the reviews, which were my main priority. As such, she has to live squarely in the crosshairs of people’s prejudice. She presents as a very calm presence, but told me that things are chaotic on the inside.
(That, and eating at the many insanely-good-cheap-ethnic-restaurants within 5 blocks of the hotel. Her visceral, black and white self-portraits aim to channel her actual emotions. Brian Van der Wetering is another of Aline’s charges.
It seems as if the Japanese photo crew is rather tight, and I guess my own “image” is out there on the Interweb enough that I will occasionally get noticed.
Ironically, it turned out to be a friend, so I couldn’t be too mad.
Thanks, Maren.) Anyway, the plan worked out swimmingly, as I even managed some time in the blue pool one sunny afternoon.
They share the sense of play and misbehavior of a ten year old who loves lighting his sister’s dolls’ heads aflame. The third project caught my eye, as she’d created non-functioning dresses for the camera, and I thought I’d share it here.
Notice the way it mashes up fashion, sculpture, installation and photography.
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by Jonathan Blaustein Last year, when I went to visit the Medium Festival of Photography, I practically leaked energy.
He was like a cross between Larry David and Robin Williams. I ought to give him a more fitting shout-out than that, though. Michals lecture was by far the most entertaining and enlightening I’ve yet heard.
He was profane in a way that was endearing, rather than discomfiting, and also managed to show a large selection of his work. Check.) I’m going to break this down into two articles, as I’ve done in the past.
She’s able to bring her various interests together into one artistic package.