a sweet tale of hypocrisy and the american grandeur… by no means is this a commentary on the obesity issue occupying our police force. this is rather a directive to the unprecedented pepper spraying of the peaceful demonstrators who simply ask for the wealthy to contribute their share of taxes just like we do, not more and not less, just the same amount. unlike you, we are not as greedy, so we ask for the same. thank you for spicing up our boring lives. by dd
to continue on the celebs gun series, today is not as funny, a dude called chapman used it to kill mister john lennon. still by henry leutwiler by pp.
few month ago, i found some fabric work by the late louise bourgeois, it felt really fresh at the time. now i found some more and they feel even freshier… by pp.
to pick on your celeb mugshot obsession, let’s start a celeb guns series by photographer henry leutwyler. today, elvis. by pp.
interview and performance on the tomorrow show in 1981… fitting for ts! by jr
i don’t know a lot about this photographer lady besides that she was born in roma and lives between here and there; but, what i do know is that her pictures rock! by pp.
for those who haven’t seen it yet, the above sentence is the enigmatic title of this walton ford show at paul kasmin (until x-mas). it’s about king kong’s feelings and it’s grand. those watercolors are the size of a street advertisement, gigantic! and yes you read well, this is watercolor, and yes it’s on paper. by pp.