I hope Dyan Marie has a personal assistant. Otherwise I don’t know how she could produce the volume of work she does AND keep on top of things like meals and laundry. Marie creates organizations, street art, publications, events, photography, websites, interventions, galleries. I won’t take time out from my demanding laundry schedule to detail it all here. You can read about it on her website. As an enticement away from your own laundryfreude, know that the website includes an apology for mailing poison ivy-laced cards to heads of government and industry. And that you can see more of the work above, from her series “Un-still Lives With Traffic”.
© Leandro Erlich. Courtesy Sean Kelly Gallery, New York. Photo: Matthew Septimus. Courtesy P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.
Leandro Erlich’s Swimming Pool is at MoMA’s P.S.1 from October 19 until March 1. As the artist points out on the P.S.1 site (link below), the double-height Duplex space is a natural for this work.
Supernumerary, acrylic on canvas, 2010
As I mentioned in the comments on this bad boy, I truly love this image, and not in irony. Every one of them is just oozing attitude. I want to kick it with this lot, at least for a minute, just to see.
Thanks to our occasional guest titler @whyowhyvonne and the typically nourishing read there, Unmissable.