It will take me a month or two to process what we saw this weekend. Below are nearly 700 photos of a sampling of what was available. Take a look and maybe you can make more sense out of it than I can. I’ll be posting several great video interviews in the days or weeks […]
Back in the day, dot com boom and bomb in Brooklyn, I met this kind, great group of friends who were running not only an interactive design shop out of their home, but began to run a gallery called Open Ground. The space was an old pool hall in Williamsburg Brooklyn. Long and narrow, cold […]
On this holiday break if you find yourself twiddling your thumbs, go and explore the growing collection of Globatron videos on Globatron TV. If you haven’t noticed it’s a link off the top navigation. It will take you to all of the collection of videos instantly allowing you to watch them in full screen. Simple […]
Thursday November 20th at MOCA Jax @ 7pm Contemporary Conversations: Making Marks and the Marketplace Free for Members and students with a valid school id; $8 for Non-Members, What does it take to make it as an artist in Jacksonville? See the exhibition Making Marks: Jacksonville Creates and get opinions, tips, and stories from the […]
If you make it down to Miami for Art Basel the first week of December, 4th-7th, please stop by and visit the Fountain Art Fair and swing by the space Open Ground. More info here about the Fountain Art Fair. Open Ground was a space I was involved with in Williamsburg, Brooklyn years ago when […]
Jenny I see you received your MFA from San Jose State University. How did you end up in Jacksonville? D. Lance Vickery and I lived here in Jacksonville in 1999 for about 9 months right after completing my BFA and BA in KY. Lance had just earned his MFA in Sculpture there as well. I […]
For more information visit Honey Space, and www.myspace.com/mickeywestern. And more here from the NY Times. This was the most splendid interview I’ve done in some time. Mickey has turned Honey Space into a true time machine. More New York art coverage this week. Just a quick post back from the road.
As you all know I love to document art shows. The way I see it if there are no photos of it, it might as well have not happened. So with that said, I took a ton of pics (119 to be exact) of the Making Marks Exhibition up at MocaJacksonville.org yesterday. The show will […]