Charlie Rubin’s book launch at Printed Matter in NYC April 10th.
**image courtesy of Danielle Ezzo
The Lover’s Alphabet
Marzipan, sweet notes on stationary, flirty lace panties, tupelo honey and chocolate covered espresso beans, sweet little tokens of one variety or another. Sounds like a sweet overload, but I promise, it’s not all for me. I don’t believe in luck, but if I did, three would be the luckiest number. With M, R, and A altogether, this year was an especially full Valentine’s Day.
untitled (photographic painting using light and miscellaneous liquids)
An early photograph of the Moon, a daguerreotype taken by John W. Draper, March 26, 1840, in New York.
Jonathan Owen - David, 2013
19th Century marble figure with further carving
70 x 30 x 30 cm
Really getting into Marian Drew's work. This is from her series, Powerhouse (2000)
We call it “finding meaning” but we might better call it “forging meaning.”
Stories are the foundation of identity. We forge meaning and build identity."