From yesterday, a very #Queens day, including his first visit to dad’s office @queensmuseum!
Happy 115th, Papa.
Back to when we went to Hemingway’s Havana spots on our honeymoon and first toyed with the idea of naming our future child after The Old Man and The Sea.
Ernest Hemingway’s room at Hotel Ambos Mundos.
Daiquiri at La Floridita.
Finca La Vigía, Hemingway’s home.
Our initials at La Bodeguita del Medio.
Little man’s room is waiting for him.
(David and) NY State Pavilion
So glad to have the opportunity to see #KaraWalkerDomino. Thx again @creativetimenyc! Beautiful decay.
See Dennis Hopper’s Lost Photos in London, via artnet
Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album opens in London at the Royal Academy of Arts today. The exhibition includes over 400 photographs taken between 1961 and 1967. The original photographs were selected by Hopper for his first photography exhibition in Fort Worth Art Center in Texas in 1970, the prints were rediscovered after his death four years ago. Read more
Just another day at the office.
Split-Rocker is ready for the public and it’ll be blooming all summer long!
Images from the press conference this morning.
1 - The artist himself, Jeff Koons
2 - Our Director & Chief Curator, Nicholas Baume, gagosiangallery's Larry Gagosian, Jeff Koons
3 - Jeff Koons, Jerry Speyer, Larry Gagosian, Nicholas Baume
4 - PAF President Susan K Freedman, Nicholas Baume, Larry Gagosian, Jeff Koons, Jerry Speyer, PAF Board Chair Jill Kraus
5 - Jeff Koons, Jerry Speyer, Larry Gagosian, Nicholas Baume
My maternity style inspiration.
Via Gothamist: The Amazing Arthur Tress Shares His Dark, Surreal Photographs From The 1970s
Tress spoke with children about their dreams—often nightmares that involved falling, monsters, that buried alive scenario—and would then photograph them experiencing it in a safe, staged setting. The images he captured are intensely surreal at times, and turn the landscape of New York City (and eventually other areas) into a fantastic nightmare and apocalyptic wonderland. Read more.
Lift up your eyes upon
The day breaking for you.
Give birth again
To the dream.
Women, children, men,
Take it into the palms of your hands.
Mold it into the shape of your most
Private need. Sculpt it into
The image of your most public self.
Lift up your hearts.
Each new hour holds new chances
For new beginnings.
- On the Pulse of Morning
Rest in Peace, Dr. Maya Angelou