New York Art Week has come and gone. I'm so glad I'm not the person in charge or orchestrating the tear-down process. Can you imagine all of those needy egos trying to ship their (very expensive!) works back to wherever they came from at the same time as everyone else? That pier will be cleared within 24 hours. Seriously, can you imagine?! So glad I was merely an ad man in that mix.
Anyway. Despite my busy week/weekend, the world kept spinning.
A few non-art fair related notes:
I recently finished a book of truly exquisite short stories, all (but one) of which brought me to a greater understanding of human interaction. Highly recommend!
I re-watched two films that I loved last year, and loved them both again. Especially Please, Give. I can't get it out of my head.
Each week I read “Shouts & Murmurs” in the New Yorker and often wonder why it isn’t very funny. However, this week's didn't disappoint.
Speaking of the NYer, Tina Fey is back this week with a fantastic piece I read online this morning in bed. I didn't really like her last contribution, which made me feel a little unsettled. Who doesn't love Tina Fey? Luckily this one cured my weird guilt issue.
This illustrator's work made me audibly gasp.
Miss Moss' comparisons of runway fashion to paintings are some of the coolest things I've seen online in a while.
Oh, and I finally saw The King's Speech and I get it now.
I know I just mentioned this, but I want to recommend Miss Moss' notes on art, in general. Not just the fashion comparisons. Seriously smart lady.