The Adventures of the Rogue Art Historian

The misfit adventures of this rogue art historian are valued and kept secret. These gems are true black pearls which have found their way away from the salty dark water to your face... lick them, stick them, devour them and enjoy...
My latest #article for @kcet #artbound is on an amazing exhibit on the influential #arthistory of #thevalley! Check it out! 
“The story of the Valley may not be as glamorous as the greater Los Angeles, but Willick says that he was influenced by the way PST looked at regional art, and thought it’d be the perfect time to explore the valley’s rich history in art as well. ‘It’s not really a heroic narrative, and I think that PST has created a narrative of Los Angeles that is really great undoubtedly, but it told a story that was extraordinary, and I’m looking at a part of Los Angeles that could be described as ordinary,’ Willick says.” 
Read the full story at kcet.org/artbound

My latest #article for @kcet #artbound is on an amazing exhibit on the influential #arthistory of #thevalley! Check it out!
“The story of the Valley may not be as glamorous as the greater Los Angeles, but Willick says that he was influenced by the way PST looked at regional art, and thought it’d be the perfect time to explore the valley’s rich history in art as well. ‘It’s not really a heroic narrative, and I think that PST has created a narrative of Los Angeles that is really great undoubtedly, but it told a story that was extraordinary, and I’m looking at a part of Los Angeles that could be described as ordinary,’ Willick says.”
Read the full story at kcet.org/artbound

I need your light in my life.

(Source: Spotify)

I only ever asked him
to love me deeply
and earnestly,
but he still turned around
and said,
that I was too heavy,
that I was asking too much,
that he was only one man.
After him I learned,
that sometimes,
it takes two men to do,
the work of one woman.

—Key Ballah  (via lovelessramblings)

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