Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Ed Ruscha


'Books and Landscapes'
Gagosian Gallery
New York City, New York
2013

9 comments:

Geo. said...

I suspect, Ed Ruscha presents foxed and time-stained volumes of blank pages to suggest the erasure of modern media amnesia. Www makes its advertising money from a newly narrowed present, and everything else is oh-so-five-minutes-ago. As a long-time collector of old books, this is how it feels to me. I like his work.

A Lady's Life said...

interesting but I keep looking for words lol

Jon said...

Geo. (above comment) explained it a lot better than I ever could.

Have a delectably delicious Thanksgiving, Harry!

lamprini lamprinou said...

interesting, all the success I wish...

lamprini lamprinou said...

interesting, all the success I wish...

Alicia G.M. said...

Congratulations for your blog. Greetings.

Jane Bernard said...

Wish I had known you were in my town!
Next time, let's get together!
Hope your visit was awesome and inspiring!
(* Jane

NoweliaWorld said...

thank you so much to visited my cosmetics blog. I don´t sèak english but i studing in a Spanish institute ;-)
I want learn for read your blog, see you!

Anna Tomen said...

Ed looks really good and handsome.. still!)) in his age.. like his works..
Follow you)

http://anna-tomen.blogspot.com/

 
Pinecone Stew