Pictures from our anual trip to Franconia, New Hampshire, just after Christmas. Suddenly I find myself slunk dark and deep (to borrow words from part-time Franconian, full-time depressive Robert Frost) into that cheerless corner of the calendrical doldrums: the third week of February.
But have no fear, internets! New York institutions seem to roll out the jocular art this time of year to keep the old chin up:
Wolfgang Laib's hazelnut pollen piece at MoMA
Dieter Roth's chocolate factory at Hauser + Wirth
Giorgio Griffa's nonchalant unstretched linen paintings at Casey Kaplan
Also? I have a small solo show opening this week and my thesis show opens in six weeks. And we're relaunching Block Shop with new inventory, like, any MOMENT. Hence the especially quiet blog these days- more Vietnam posts to come when I can manage. Thanks for sticking with me and have a marvelous weekend!