"You can make about 75% more money with a cat on your head than you can with a cat on your shoulder."
I <3 #parking on the #roof #parkinggarage #view #summer (at Laz Parking)
Can I #tbt to last night? #hoboken #freedomtower #americanhustle (at Movie Under The Stars, Pier A Park)
#lincoln / #mymainman @ the #lincolnmemorial …already miss him…but mostly just miss @heathbar1209 :’(
#washingtondc #koreanwarveterans #july4th (at Korean War Veterans Memorial)
Made #tahini and then used it to make #whitebeanhummus — all before noon. #productiveday #hummus
Objects in mirror are closer than they appear. #sunset from the #car yesterday
News sites have been abuzz today with a few fantastic photographs that show a giant sculpture of Marilyn Monroe face-down in the dirt at a Chinese dump. The sculpture was apparently thrown out for unknown reasons after being displayed outside a business center in Guigang, China, for only six months.
We’re so excited to bring (along with gagosiangallery and Tishman Speyer) Jeff Koons’ Split-Rocker (second row) to NYC for the first time! Opens in just over a week at Rockefeller Center,
"The job of the artist is to make a gesture and really show people what their potential is. It’s not about the object, and it’s not about the image; it’s about the viewer. That’s where the art happens." —Jeff Koons
In a new previously unpublished 2009 interview with Jeff Koons, the artist speaks about his relationship with art, his 2008 exhibition at the Château de Versailles, and misrepresentations of his work.
IMAGES: Installation views of Jeff Koons: Versailles at Château de Versailles, France, 2008. Production stills from the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 5 episode, Fantasy, 2009. © Art21, Inc. 2009.
This is what 10 PM looks like in a place where the sun never sets. via Instagram http://ift.tt/SM3Tso
NPR’S London Correspondent Ari Shapiro is reporting in the Shetland Islands for the Crime In The City series. Somehow this scene seems more eerie despite the lack of darkness. -Emily