A playful approach to Tatlin’s Monument
When I heard the title of Flux Factory’s latest show, Response to Tatlin’s Monument to the Third International Conceived in the Mood of Ambivalence, or R.T.T.M.T.T.T.I.C.I.T.M.O.A. for short, I thought I was going off to see a ridiculous, pretentious show full of highfalutin communist propaganda.
I’m happy to report that I was completely wrong. […]
— Aileen Torres, New York Press
My photo (above) from opening night was used to illustrate the article.
illustrating the article Call to De-Booze LIRR and Metro-North Rides
Some of my photographs will appear in the Winter 2007 issue of Yes Magazine, illustrating an article about the New York City greenmarkets and locally-produced food.
An exhibit of some of my Brooklyn photos has been installed in Brooklyn’s Atlantic Avenue subway station through the MTA’s Arts for Transit program. The exhibit is open 24 hours a day through 2007 for the price of a subway ride, so go take a look!