I love my day job as an art reporter. So much that sometimes I even dress to match my art. If you’re gonna twin with something, it might as well be a Van Gogh, right? On our trip to Montreal I wore this midi skirt and off-the-shoulder cashmere sweater. It has all the romance of…Read More
I’ve been hankering after a taste of Paris lately but haven’t had the funds to jet across the Atlantic. Instead, I took a Greyhound to Montreal. All the European charm, without the price tag. Where to Stay I stayed at Hotel Chrome, a budget spot about a ten minute walk from the bus station. It’s…Read More
From left to right: 1) Embracing fall in full force, even if the weather won’t. 2) Sunday funday for the nihilist. 3) Last weekend I moderated a panel at the National Center for Afro-American Artists. 4) In the studio. 5) Enjoying Boston’s public art scene. 6) Always reporting.
I love a good graffiti wall. Not just for the photo opp, but for the artistic history it represents. Graffiti bore a new wave of street art, public art, and guerrilla art. In an art world governed by institutions with class and race boundaries, graffiti gave outsider artists a space to comment on the world. …Read More
In today’s social media world, experience is capital. Travel and adventures are a status symbol. Fortunately, those of us without trust funds or millions of Instagram followers don’t have to be priced out of the market .Last week I hit the road with Greyhound to visit Montreal, Quebec. Turns out, a new country and a…Read More
From left to right: 1) Weighing in on an important bagel war. 2) Public mural in Montreal. 3) Coordinating my outfits to my art. 4) Robert Indiana needs to relax. 5) Even the alleys in Montreal are pretty. 6) In my happy place.