Faces by Sara Rosenblum

I met Sara when we interned on the Art Station project together. I just found her beautiful work. http://sararosenblum.com/

His face. His truck


Nick Cave (not that one)

New favourite artist. So good that he got two shows at once! Showing at the Mary Boone Gallery and Jack Shainman Gallery, Chelsea the until October 22nd

Breakfast Martinis//Dreamy Nailzz

blue my mind

Art Station

The last week I Interned at a pop - up art show in a gas station in Chelsea, Ny. It involved hanging out in a bodega for a week, which was one of the most surreal (but best snack) experiences of my life.

The show runs from Thurs 15/09 to 23/09. It showcases Brooklyn based artists, in the centre of the NY gallery world in quite an unexpected way. The first of many, the 'art station' project is run by Beth Fiore and Rachel Stekson as part of an initiative to help raise money for an artist resource centre in Brooklyn.
more info at www.ArtStationNYC.com

art in american and art critical describe it better than me...



as do the photos of the opening courtesy of Sara Rosenblum




Mr Tom Vek, I couldn't decide if this video makes me want to smoke or be sick.

Either way my beautiful friend Joseph appears (00:54) *proud parent* ( even if it did involve chain smoking 50 cigs before lunch)



jolly folly

going to try and see this before its gone


Hanging RIBA/ROO

Last week i helped hang this, my wonderful friend roo assisted throughout the whole project. catch it at the RIBA until end of september.


Shubbak : A Window on contemporary Arab Culture
12 July 2011 - 24 September 2011

Opening reception 12 July, 8:30pm

RIBA 2nd Floor Gallery, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD

Sponsored by Austin-Smith:Lord International Arts & Culture and Demotix

best blog (best bud)


(CAT)ologue / cat flu

8 People, 114 hours, 72 coffees, 100 cigarettes, 12 pots of lady grey, 18 pompoko, 100 pages...

250 Catalogues.



swish swiss

we gave one of these >

to Peter Zumthor... at the opening for this >

(Serpentine Gallery Pavllion, Peter Zumthor 2011)

"His eyes are like swiss lake" E. Solomides

Photography: Holly Crosbie

WOOD London


we love J.S

If February be the month of Love, we all love John Soame.

I was lucky enough to see two of my favourite Architects lecture this month.

Firstly Jonathan Hill, who spoke about his new book 'Weather Architecture'. Focusing for a while upon the building or better 'piecing together' of the John Soame Museum, by the artist himself, as he battled to block out the cronically smoggy Georgian London 'weather'. Afterwards I got so nervous about asking a question that my bag broke and spilled out onto the floor...

Secondly Adam Caruso ( Caruso St John) spoke at Dulwich Picture Gallery. The building itself was coincidentally (probably not!) designed by John Soame. Caruso Saint John are currently working with the John Soame Museum, on the refurbishment and restoration of some annexes and Caruso spoke of this amongst other projects ( including Swan yard - pictured below). Afterwards we chatted, I split coffee on him. My attempts at talking to people I admire should probably end here.

I enjoy serendipity. and so did John Soame ( well... this month he did)


happened upon Vashti Bunyan

A Diamond ( in the rough ) Day ...