HAROLD FEINSTEIN. I’ve loved street photography and street photographers ever since seeing an unforgettable Garry Winogrand exhibition at The Hayward as a student. (Some other faves: Tony Ray Jones, Weegee, Jamel Shabazz, Saul Leiter.) I always want to know what happens immediately after the moment of capture. (more…)
Some additions to my list of things to see and do this month.
Ed Ruscha (above) is the latest artist showing at Tate Modern’s Artist Rooms gallery, in the Blavatnik building. Running until spring 2020, the free exhibition will feature work from his vast six-decade output, including the famous text-based paintings (my favourites). See more here.
Meanwhile, Tate Britain has a display of John Hoyland paintings going up (more…)
So did you spend the last few days fretting about the new Instagram algorithms? Ahhhh, me too. But it’s important, right? How can we make serendipitous discoveries when Instagram insists on controlling what we see? Example: the picture above, a detail from one of Dan Witz’s paintings, which I just stumbled upon on Instagram yesterday (thank you @ByronesqueVintage). Witz’s show Moshpits, Raves and One Small Orgy can be seen in New York at the Jonathan Levine Gallery from 2nd-30th April 2016. (more…)