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The 10 Dimensions of Creative Complexity

March 10, 2011


To argue for our abilities allows us to get closer to reaching them in the same ways that arguing for our limits makes them happen. 10 Reasons that Creative People Drive Us Crazy. Each item is a paradox, a complexity, a contradiction that’s frustrating to others when they exist together at odds in one human being.

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot discovered on Youtube

January 28, 2011


The overwhelming response to the Céleste Boursier-Mougenot exhibition this weekend came as no surprise to it’s host Barbican Curve Gallery in London. Patrons graciously waited over 90 minutes to see the recent Youtube phenom and experience his showing. Reviews were favorable of the 40 zebra finches and their 8 electric guitars; Which justifies the almost […]

Wal-Mart effect and the East End

January 6, 2011


East Main Street in Riverhead, NY is no exception to Fishman's theory. The once thriving home of the 1933 Art Deco Suffolk Theatre, seating 896 throughout its 2 stories, has degraded into a merchant's ghost town. Determined to overcome, The Riverhead Enterprise, Apollo Group, EEAC and approximately 60 artists have collaborated to strengthen their defense, with The East End's largest outdoor art gallery,

Early NY Subway Graffiti 1973-1975 by Keith Baugh

December 29, 2010


Early New York Subway Graffiti 1973-1975 by Keith Baugh Keith Baugh captures this cultural phenomenon Shooting his photos mostly from NYC tracks, high above the action, Keith Baugh made himself a fly on the wall in the early 1970’s. Fortunately for us this English painter and photographer had chosen the same walls as some of […]

Art without artists, reclamation through reformation

August 24, 2010


"Once the product of art is negated, well then threat of painting and art’s death due to greater methods of production is no longer a factor. The product is the artist..."

Pick-asso’s pinnacle plot uncovered as Steve Backman

July 7, 2010


Art is accessible to all who can envision it and available to all who are forthcoming to it. Foundry Square IV in San Francisco enables us to indulge once again in the work of this Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum contributor and finally see what Steven J.Backman of would have seen on that floor.

Catch a rising star, on it’s way to the Food Network

July 7, 2010


meStudio visits the BakeThis! set Visiting the set as they taped their 12th episode, "Lemon Squares", the high level of professionalism was instantly understood. Andy sported a backwards cap on his head and Spielberg fire in his eyes. He erected a labyrinth of lights, monitors and mounted camera feeds within Monica's modest kitchen. With unmasked passion, he serves as lighting guy, sound man, director, cameraman and self appointed taster.