The glory of west Texas, captured by my HTC One Max:
Why all Mustangs in Texas and California dont have required convertible tops, I dont know.
Vast horizons and endless train tracks.
Finally in Marfa.. reveling in the sun.
Dr. Pepper > front door. Priorities.
Getting in the Christmas spirit [in 70 degrees]
Ghost town theater.
Sunsets on hammocks.
Donald Judd, inspired by Versailles.
‘Monument to the Last Horse‘ by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen at the Chinati Foundation
World War II army barracks turned Judd art homes.
That magical Texan light.
Marfalafels at Food Shark, The Collective Quarterly [issue 0 on Marfa], HTC RE, Saint Laurent sunglasses.
Food Shark advertisements on old school cars.
You know you are in Texas when..
Sarcasm, don’t forget it. Judd’s home.
Southwestern Bell, when that was a thing.
Home to works of John Chamberlain.
That ranch life.
Larry Bell on art, its surroundings and perception of art.
“The space declared by these new sculptures becomes the work. …When the pieces get to the kind of scale I am employing then the scale of the material begins to overwhelm the spectator. This creates the sense of a partial environment. So to extend the format may prove to be interesting. Then the observer could walk around and into the unit and at the same time, see through it. Obviously, it will then do totally different things to the observer and the spatial experience will be very dimensional, especially given the ephemeral nature of the material. At the moment my work tends to be frontal and two-sided. This doesn’t really worry me, but I would like them to work from all four sides. The beauty of the box format is that it has no dictated top, sides, or bottom—they are interchangeable—and I would like to get some of the same quality into these new works. Obviously, I have to forego a top or bottom.”
Texans are serious about hot sauce.
Dan Flavin realness.
Prada by Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset.
Funeral home turned hamburger and beer bar.
12 lane highways and a million overpasses.