Category Archives: Sculpture

Submission No. 49

Tom! I can’t remember the name of this artist. I saw this sculpture — its bottom edge is perhaps 6 feet off the ground — at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. The Museum’s website does not share the full

Submission No. 49

Tom! I can’t remember the name of this artist. I saw this sculpture — its bottom edge is perhaps 6 feet off the ground — at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. The Museum’s website does not share the full

Submission No. 48

by sean duffy, as seen last month at susanne vielmetter los angeles projects… please try to look past or through my low res iphone images… — miriam p.s. the box is empty inside, I took a provisional image by holding

Submission No. 48

by sean duffy, as seen last month at susanne vielmetter los angeles projects… please try to look past or through my low res iphone images… — miriam p.s. the box is empty inside, I took a provisional image by holding

Submission No. 45

This ceramic piece is soiled with living. A power strip and a power cord with a three-pronged plug. The ceramic is painted to resemble black plastic, black rubber, with a ridged red button and yellow prongs and screw. The colors

Submission No. 45

This ceramic piece is soiled with living. A power strip and a power cord with a three-pronged plug. The ceramic is painted to resemble black plastic, black rubber, with a ridged red button and yellow prongs and screw. The colors

Submission No. 41

Susy Oliveira! On her website, there’s an image cascade of Oliveira’s works. If you mouse-over each image, a title and date pops up, otherwise there’s no explanation, which, inexplicably, I find glorious. — Miriam. Thank you. I peeked at the

Submission No. 41

Susy Oliveira! On her website, there’s an image cascade of Oliveira’s works. If you mouse-over each image, a title and date pops up, otherwise there’s no explanation, which, inexplicably, I find glorious. — Miriam. Thank you. I peeked at the

Francois Guillot, Agence France Press

Collection No. 3

Bronze rabbit being returned to China. The first photograph (by Francois Guillot, Agence France Presse) shows the rabbit looking disconcertingly human. Both images are from the New York Times, April 26 and February 17, 2013.

Francois Guillot, Agence France Press

Collection No. 3

Bronze rabbit being returned to China. The first photograph (by Francois Guillot, Agence France Presse) shows the rabbit looking disconcertingly human. Both images are from the New York Times, April 26 and February 17, 2013.

Submission No. 34

A sensory discussion (Blake Gopnik and Chandler Burr). Do you have any interest in this? It seems relevant to one that took place at your house, Tom. *** My only response is to quote from our Proust reading group blog, in

Submission No. 34

A sensory discussion (Blake Gopnik and Chandler Burr). Do you have any interest in this? It seems relevant to one that took place at your house, Tom. *** My only response is to quote from our Proust reading group blog, in