Marfa, Texas – Minimalism Mecca
Today, Marfa is a tourist destination and a major center for Minimalist art. Attractions include Building 98, the Chinati Foundation, artisan shops, historical architecture, a classic Texas town square, modern art installments, art galleries, and the Marfa lights.
The area around Marfa […]
Keith Haring Exhibit, The Political Line
Love Keith Haring’s work, even before I knew it was politcal, and that he came up out of the grit and fabulous-ness of NYC in the 1980’s.
I had aquired a book of his work, influenced by graffitti style, his work has always resignated with me.
I had a chance to go see his work […]
There was a tree perfectly lit up at night. There was a TV production going on of American Ninja Warrior, and this was off to the side, so I took advantage.
Brinner of Champions
Breakfast of Champions is a novel by Kurt Vonnegut, where two characters: a used car lot salesman/owner and an artist/science fiction writer/storm window installer (Kilgore Trout) collide together in an awkward story of pollution and a cross-dressing son’s rebellion, all in one hotel bar with a plastic drainage ditch. Also not to mention Bruce Nauman’s […]
What the Hell does a Producer do anyways?
Well, I’m not going to pretend like I am a producer or anything. But I do think there are some similarities between architecture and movie making, you have to get everybody coordinated, contractors, consultants/actors. I even read recently that movie producers use specifications for scripts, so they can be priced better. Basically formal notes on […]