Category Archives: architecture
Amy Yoes’ white and black constructed installation fills the front room of the gallery like a haughty, well-bred aunt, who might prefer that you not mention the faint similarity to the mash-up of architectural ornament that is Disneyland’s ride, It’s … Continue reading
Last year Chad and I received annual passes to the San Diego zoo as gifts from his parents. Passes are great gifts. We’ve already gone three times – and enjoyed ourselves tremendously each visit. The last time, Bella even came … Continue reading
The metal spikes they use to keep away the pigeons are FREAKY and give me shivers whenever I see them. I know that the birds are not getting speared, but still, they bring forth images of medieval torture. I never … Continue reading
I want to see Gordon Matta-Clarks’s retrospective at the Whitney in NYC. It’s there until June 3, 2007 and Holland Cotter writes all about it here. I’m going to have so much fun when my thesis is done! (My absolute … Continue reading
Despite what Nicolai Ouroussoff says in the NYTimes, this building takes a great photograph. It makes me wonder if I know anybody well enough to visit in Denver. Photo courtesy of NYTimes.