Wednesday, May 11, 2011


Eva Hesse, Ingeminate

We sometimes shoot objects and textures without context- only because they appeal to us in he most basic level. A curve of a wire, the order of a grid or the adjacency of lines trigger the same reaction as minimalist works do...they are anything, everything and nothing.

Power lines on our house, New Hampshire

Eva Hesse, Untitled at PS1 MOMA

Eva Hesse, no title at Moma

Bleached ladybug remains on our screen

Agnes Martin, Homage to Greece (detail) at Christie's

Agnes Martin, Homage to Greece

Sean Scully, Angel

Gatoring shutters on the shed, New Hampshire

Callum Innes, Exposed Painting Cinnabar Green

Old fence in the garden

Eva Hesse, Metronomic Irregularity 1 via The Brooklyn Museum

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