Dia Beacon Spring 2017

With the patchy weather over the weekend, it was good to have an indoor option on the docket. Since apparently we can’t get enough of upstate large scale art installations, we hit up the Beacon arm of Dia. It wasn’t as packed as it had been on my prior visits, which made for some nice photos.

Storm King 2017

I see this place a little bit differently every time I visit. Even though I was having major allergies the entire day, I had good company and amazing weather. Always worth the trip.

New Hood, New Good

We got all domestic recently and moved to Brooklyn. It is a massive adjustment for me. But, I’m surviving. Life is mostly better over here in every aspect, except when I have to leave Brooklyn. Unfortunately, that is every day. I’m definitely feeling the pain of the Robert Moses legacy. Anyway, here are a couple of random shots of from the weekend when I wasn’t dodging rain.

Old Video

I was going through some old videos this week and found this gem. It was when I was helping generate content for a now-mothballed art blog sister site of Highsnobiety called Curated Mag. I shot this on a 7D pulling manual focus at an exhibit in the Park Avenue Armory. 780p was considered HD back then, haha. I also got some stills (above). Anyway, enjoy-

Ryoji Ikeda "the transfinite" installation at the Park Avenue Armory, New York City NY, June 2011 from Jacob Breinholt on Vimeo.