Well Christmas in the art world. This weekend all of the world’s galleries and art folk descend on our fair city. Last year was my first year at the Armory show, it was quite overwhelming and pretty fascinating. I waited outside for over an hour to get in, and just gave up on using the bathroom. Everyone seemed to know each other, there was lots of air kissing and some very interesting outfits and shoes. To be honest, most of the art was god awful, other than a few standouts. The only things I actually remember were a rhinestone Marilyn by Vik Muniz, the Eggelston 5X7’s and an amazing sculpture piece of Araki 6×7 positive films negs suspend in a giant glass holder. Other than that I draw a complete blank. This year I am planning to make the rounds of all the events, as I am shopping for galleries myself. I am very interested in places outside of NYC. I think there are a lot of interesting things happening in the European art scene. Although, I know these fairs happen several times a year all over the world. In New York, this is our moment to see the best and worst of what art from around the globe has to offer. I hope to run into some of you out there over the weekend.

Also, if you are in LA this Saturday, my project is part of Slideluck Potshow LA.

5th & Sunset Studios Doors open at 7pm

12322 Exposition Blvd


Events this weekend

The Armory Show

Pier 94

Twelfth Avenue at 55th Street
New York City

Opening Hours:
Thursday, March 27 – Saturday, March 29 Noon to 8 pm
Sunday, March 30 Noon to 7 pm



SCOPE Pavilion
Lincoln Center
Damrosch Park
Corner of West 62nd Street and Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10023

FirstView Wednesday March 26, 2008 3pm – 9pm
Daily Thursday March 27, 2008 10am – 8pm
Friday March 28, 2008 10am – 8pm
Saturday March 29, 2008 10am – 8pm
Sunday March 30, 2008 10am – 6pm


SlideLuck Potshow NYC

Saturday March 29th

Chelsea Art Museum

556 West 22nd Street

New York, NY 10011 USA

phone: 212.255.0719
fax: 212.255.2368



Open to the public March 27 – 30, 2008 at the Park South Hotel,

122 E. 28th Street between Park and Lexington.


Thursday, March 27, 11am – 7pm
Friday, March 28, 11am – 8pm
Saturday, March 29, 11am – 8pm
Sunday, March 30, 11am – 7pm

Happy art going!