So I went to the SFMOMA today, and I really like the Eggleston show, I would like to shoot that transparency and neg film to get such saturated colors…other things I enjoyed seeing was the simple charcoal line drawing on the second floor, and of course the Ducati sport bike in the design show.
Other things, if one is going to do a contemporary installation with paint (i.e. the big burst on the second floor) don’t drip! It looks sloppy and un-considered. Also about P. Rist. It’s weird how her work looks like its from 1998.
I need to figure out a strategy to get in galleries, museums and the like. I’m so very pleased that I have the time to work, train and read this year.
If SF would just stay sunny and warm like the last week for FOREVER, and have more LA/NYC galleries here that aren’t non-profit experimental spaces, and not comercial giants…where are the ones that sell things *AND* are in tune with young artists?
Seems like they’re in LA and NYC only *grrr*
That’s an open call to the galleries in SF…for 49 Geary, get young artists, and don’t send us to the mission…and Mission galleries, sell work!
…getting off the soap box now…