Sunday, March 30, 2008
went to moma for a screening of mama's man, a new film by azazel jacobs, produced by our old buddy hunter grey and co. at artists domain.
i genuinely recommend a viewing of this dark comedy. and seeing as it just got a distribution deal from think films, you'll be able.
after going thru all four floors of the whitney biennial, we arrived at the top.
only to be rewarded with the best piece i'd seen all day.
and i was blown away at how happy he makes me [in an almost heart pounding way].
every damn time.
i was also reminded of my new affinity for mr.josef albers.
i guess i am more into the old guns than the new guns...
[and happily will continue to align as such.]
overall i probably only really liked about 10 pieces in the show.
the giant litter box was a fave. the balloon installation was pretty wicked--though i couldn't get a shot of the best totem piece, due to the over zealous anti-foto guard watching me like a hawk.
[in general this post would be a lot more fulled up, but for the fact that i had to hide the camera and my intentions the whole time.]