Thursday, December 27, 2007
Kaikai Kiki and Takashi Murakami organized GEISAI which it was an honor to be a part of during this year's Art Basel season. So here is Tasha, me, Takashi, and my brother Sam toasting at the opening! Pictures of our booth coming later.
GEISAI (pronounced - "gay-suh")
Fingers with the lights
Monica Lopez De Victoria, Pooper, and Jen Stark @ NADA party
Eli Sudbrack at our Amaze booth @ GEISAI
Oly and Kathleen Hudspeth @ Vizcaya Artists' Ball
Missy Jen Stark starting the "ball" off... with Robert Chambers's piece
The two Rodriguezeses- Pres Rodriguez and Bert Rodriguez
Sam of Friends With You
So I hear that Miami has made a "Samuel Keller Day" here in Miami
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Translation of the page:
"ART OF COLOURS
Sun rising from the veils of clouds...
Breeze from the sea tickling our cheeks...
Sweet sound of the nightingale form the tree...
These are the events that can inspire an idea into any artist. But Jen Stark is inspired from something completely different and cutting the papers this way. Her sister is a doctor. She used to watch the post-mortem of the corpses by her sister in the hospital. It's then the idea of such paper cutting struck her. Since then, she started cutting paper this way. The knife and the paper bowed in front of the art-filled heart of hers. Now she's giving shows of her work in various countries worldwide!"
Sunday, December 16, 2007
Thanks to Harlan, I saw this. Also, If you ever have a spare hour, try to find one that's an hour long from these guys. Can't remember what it was called. I saw it at the Moore space last year, and parts at the Whitney bienniale 2 years ago. It was insane, but made me smile too much.