March 27th, 2014
December 13th, 2013

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December 11th, 2013
“I’m not afraid of death; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.”
― Woody Allen

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"What if everything is an illusion and nothing exists? In that case, I definitely overpaid for my carpet."

- Woody Allen


"Nothingness. Non-existence. Black emptiness."
“What did you say?”
“Oh, I was just planning my future.”


July 8th, 2013
June 24th, 2013


James TapscottFlow, 2012, light rope installations in various creeks and rivers around Australia.


Monday’s Curator 112

Yuval Yairi (b.1961, Israel) - Memory suitcases (2006-2007)

Yuval Yairi is an Israeli artist, using photography and video. In “Forevemore” series, exhibited at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and Andrea Meislin Gallery in NYC in 2005, Yairi photographs the leper house with a digital video camera in still mode, constructing the image from hundreds (at times thousands) of frames. The pictures are taken in the course of several hours, during which the artist slowly and accurately documents every detail in the space from a single position, like the viewer’s observation movement upon entering the space. He selects details which he then combines into a final unified photographic image containing a wealth of information, one that no single still photograph can contain. Thus, in fact, Yairi overcomes the temporal and spatial limitations of conventional photography. Many thanks to artandopinion for being this Monday’s Curator!

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