Posts Tagged: art

Submission No. 54

For the first time, the riffer is making his own submission. This ad played during the broadcast of the Sochi Winter Olympics. Seeing it, I was amazed. I believe that it is satire. And the filmmakers have produced it in such

Submission No. 54

For the first time, the riffer is making his own submission. This ad played during the broadcast of the Sochi Winter Olympics. Seeing it, I was amazed. I believe that it is satire. And the filmmakers have produced it in such

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

Submission No. 5

This is a diptych, known as the Melun Diptych, painted in 1450 by Jean Fouquet. It has as its subject Étienne Chevalier, in red, who was, apparently, a civil servant to the French kings Charles VII and Louis XI. He lived

Submission No. 5

This is a diptych, known as the Melun Diptych, painted in 1450 by Jean Fouquet. It has as its subject Étienne Chevalier, in red, who was, apparently, a civil servant to the French kings Charles VII and Louis XI. He lived

Museum der Dinge / Museum of Things

Submission No. 3

Things. Things things things things things  things things things things things things things. I detest them. They accumulate around me endlessly. They fill archeological digs. They poke out of the moist/dry black/red/brown soil. (I close my eyes and I see the future.

Museum der Dinge / Museum of Things

Submission No. 3

Things. Things things things things things  things things things things things things things. I detest them. They accumulate around me endlessly. They fill archeological digs. They poke out of the moist/dry black/red/brown soil. (I close my eyes and I see the future.

YELLOW (MOBILERS) still

Submission No. 2

YELLOW(MOBILERS) Torsten Burns Why is our world so muted in its general appearance? Greens… light… dark… Reflected sky in the water… grays and browns… Dark water. But aliens! Aliens wear helmets of yellow and orange and suits of pink and blue and orange and red!

YELLOW (MOBILERS) still

Submission No. 2

YELLOW(MOBILERS) Torsten Burns Why is our world so muted in its general appearance? Greens… light… dark… Reflected sky in the water… grays and browns… Dark water. But aliens! Aliens wear helmets of yellow and orange and suits of pink and blue and orange and red!

Bunny, nursing. By Joan Linder, 2012

Submission No. 1

The first thing that you see, it stuns you actually, is that the multiple planes and perspectives in this scene are beyond what is possible to comprehend as a whole. There is, at the center of things, the foreshortened bed; it

Bunny, nursing. By Joan Linder, 2012

Submission No. 1

The first thing that you see, it stuns you actually, is that the multiple planes and perspectives in this scene are beyond what is possible to comprehend as a whole. There is, at the center of things, the foreshortened bed; it