It’s almost been an entire year since I’ve posted!
But I still regularly check in with my friends’ blogs, and saw that strandedstmarkscitylights tagged me in a post about the first 10 songs that come up when my iPod is on shuffle. I liked the idea! Here’s my list:
1. I Get Crazy - Nicki Minaj
2. It Takes A Muscle - M.I.A.
3. Turn Me On - Nina Simone
4. All That - MC Lyte
5. Agitation - Erykah Badu
6. Purpose In Your Storm - Michelle Williams
7. Love Can’t Hide - Faith Evans
8. VSOP - K. Michelle
9. Stickin’ Chickens - Missy Elliott, Da Brat, Aaliyah
10. Best Of Me - Chrisette Michele
Yes, I own all of Michelle Williams’ solo albums. Otherwise, a surprisingly non-embarrassing playlist. Also, surprisingly void of Bey and Mariah. Fun!
9:22 pm • 6 September 2014 • 2 notes
“When people have children, they have a sense of purpose. When you don’t have children you have to define and make your own purpose, and make your own reason for being here.”
— Tracey Emin
(Source: Daily Mail)
12:25 pm • 31 October 2013 • 9 notes
Comb/Comb I, 2013
woven canvas on wooden stretcher
72 x 54 x 2 inches (183 x 137 x 4 cm)
9:09 am • 27 September 2013 • 8 notes
“I like writing that has gears, that is a certain way and then shifts.”
— Jenny Holzer
5:58 pm • 12 September 2013 • 16 notes
“It is important to find the joy in what you are doing. Even if you are exhausted, if you still have the determination to deliver the concept—which is more important than your own self—then the joy will be there. True love for whatever you are doing is the answer to everything.”
— Marina Abramović
4:50 pm • 20 August 2013 • 19 notes
FALL PREVIEW - Here’s a detail of a Alison Saar's new drawing Pearly Study, which will be on view in her upcoming L.A. Louver exhibition opening this fall.
This work belongs to her sugar sack shroud series, featuring drawings made directly on found sugar sacks that are worn down from use, and still bear traces of their original labeling.
For more information on Alison Saar, please visit her profile page on our website.
Alison Saar is so great.
2:25 am • 20 August 2013 • 8 notes
TSCHABALALA SELF, SWIMMERS DIPTYCH (2011), Oil, acrylic and gouache on canvas
6:53 pm • 13 August 2013 • 76 notes
Kerry James Marshall – Green (2012)
He has a show in DC now, and I want to see it so badly! One of our greatest living painters.
12:19 pm • 3 August 2013 • 147 notes