October snapshots, November plans

5 Nov

November’s looking to be another busy travel month. Friday I’ll be heading back to Washington, DC, where I’ll spend most of my time away, along with a little time in Baltimore, where I’m dying to check out the new contemporary wing of the Baltimore Museum of Art, and a Thanksgiving-week road trip to Cleveland.

Glad to see Rentboy, whose servers are in New York, is back online. For many of my colleagues and me, the financial toll of Hurricane Sandy extended far beyond the path of the storm, though the hit we took is nothing compared to what people in New York and New Jersey had/have to deal with. (I remember going without power for three-and-a-half weeks after Hurricane Ike.)

Below are a few snapshots from October. Tons more, including lots of photos from museums, on Facebook.

Devon Britt-Darby models an untitled work from Jim Nolan’s installation, below.

It’s pink paint, not dried blood, people. Sheesh.

Jim Nolan, the process of failure/it’s better to regret something you have done, installation at the Pan Art Fair, Oct. 18-21

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

Jaume Plensa’s Nomade at the John & Mary Poppajohn Sculpture Park, Des Moines, Iowa

Nancy Graves, Untitled (Head), 1968. Dallas Museum of Art

All dolled up for the Art League Houston gala

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