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January, 2014

  • 19 January

    Remembering Jef Campion – Two Weeks In The Studio of Army Of One

    Written & Photographed by Photojeninc Jennifer Jaimes •  Posted: Jan. 19, 2014 A friend and I had planned to fly from LAX to Miami for Art Basel 2012.  The tickets were bought, and the plans were in place.  Last minute my friend had to cancel due to work in New …

  • 18 January

    Breaking Art World News: Army Of One aka Jef Campion is Dead

    New York – Saturday, January 18, 2014 Very shocking and unfortunate news from the NY art world tonight.  9/11 first responder and fellow Castle Fitzjohns artist Jef Campion, also known in the street art community as Army Of One, has passed away. “Very, very sorry to receive news this evening …

  • 17 January

    The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic : Directing A Funeral for The Stage (Video)

    New York – Friday, January 17, 2014 Performance artist Marina Abramović’s recent run of what could be called part performance art, part opera in Manhattan had great reviews.  It only played from December 12 – 21 at the Park Avenue Armory so I didn’t get a chance to experience it, …

December, 2013

  • 25 December

    Fifteen Iconic Artworld Family Christmas Cards

    Each year at this time I make the trip to my childhood home and stare at a refrigerator full of holiday cards from distant relatives and old family friends. Many of these cards include an annual photo, each year the same people in the same configuration, in front of the …

  • 17 December

    Ten Surrealists Art Historians Love And Every Art Lover Must Know

    1. Roberto Matta Roberto Matta is a twentieth century surrealist and abstract expressionist. His work seems to contain recognizable forms such as fireworks and onion heads, and possibly even staircases and architectural forms. At closer examination, the viewer realizes his work is composed of unrecognizable features such as lines, complimentary colors, …