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Cool Things – 11.03.18

Some cool things that have crossed my path recently: I saw this piece by artist and designer Dorothy Hafner at the Brooklyn Museum.  (I apologize for the poor quality of the photo!)  Take a look at the good photos of … Continue reading


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Norman Rockwell Behind The Camera at The Brooklyn Museum

“The balopticon is an evil, inartistic, habit-forming, lazy and vicious machine! It also is a useful, time-saving, practical and helpful one. I use one often—and am thoroughly ashamed of it. I hide it whenever I hear people coming.” Eventually photography … Continue reading


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Fred Tomaselli at The Brooklyn Museum

One of the first pieces in the exhibit, whose name I’ve forgotten, is a panoramic view of constellations.  And the stars are labeled.  On the left side, each star is labeled for a species that’s become extinct.  On the right … Continue reading


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The Channels Switch But It’s All Television

People take pictures of each other in front of Warhol art at the Brooklyn Museum.  Seems appropriate.  Below are a few scenes from Andy Warhol: The Last Decade. Disclaimer: It’s a poor artist who blames her tools, but my camera … Continue reading


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