It’s been an arty start to the new year! I’m about to head back to Sweden for six months to finish my masters degree, so I wanted to take a moment to wrap up and list out the exhibitions I’ve seen in the past week:
Charline von Heyl at ICA, Philadelphia. Space Savers Project at Breadboard/EKG exhibition space, Phildelphia. Michael May, Dan Levenson, Todd Baldwin, and Michael Van Winkle at Vox Populi, Philadelphia. Cities and Things That Matter at Lombard-Fried Projects, NY. The Birdwatchers at bitforms gallery, NY. Andrea Bowers at Andrew Kreps Gallery, NY. Trisha Brown at Sikkema Jenkins Gallery, NY. Matta: A Centennial Celebration at Pace Gallery, NY. Not for Long, My Forlorn by Work of Art winner Kymia Nawabi at Brooklyn Museum, NY. HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture at Brooklyn Museum, NY. Wonder of the Age: Master Painters of India: 1100-1900 at the Met, NY. de Kooning: A Retrospective at the MoMA, NY — for the THIRD TIME, because it’s that good. FIN.
And for kicks, here’s a picture of me standing in line for the bus back from Phila>NYC, looking like a baller with my pink suitcase. You think the guy on the right is checking me out?