DC on a Whim

Much has been made about Google Buzz and it’s privacy issues.  However, for me, it’s totally paid off for me.  Last week an old friend posted some pictures of the cherry blossoms in DC; I commented and he invited us down for the weekend.  How could we say no (especially since Wen had never been).… Continue reading DC on a Whim

The Fall

A few weeks back, Wen and I went to see Richard Mosse‘s The Fall at the Jack Shainman gallery (more Mosse photos).  Mosse is a great photographer who travels to the edges of the world to capture images of catastrophe and then prints them on a massive scale.  I highly recommend reading his recent interview… Continue reading The Fall

Rude Ink

Yesteday Wen and I saw an exhibit at STUX Gallery featuring the work of the Dutch artist Ruud van Empel.  van Empel has a unique technique: he take dozens or hundreds of digital photographs, superimposes them into one impossible photo and then supersaturates the image so that it appears to jump off the page.  Here’s a… Continue reading Rude Ink


Just down the street from us is Madison Square Park.  It’s a lovely little park that is surrounded by heritage buildings (Flatiron, Met Life, New York Life) and is home to the Shake Shack.  It’s also notable as one of the few sites in the city that promote public art.  In 2007, they featured sculptures… Continue reading Conjecture