On the Docket: Scenes from the South

09/05/2013 § 1 Comment

Scenes from the South

I’m just back from Nashville, so it seems fitting that on my immediate list of things to do is to see Scenes from the South, a collection of photographs curated by Susan Sherrick, featuring eight Polaroids taken by my exceptionally talented friend Mikael Kennedy, originally for his Passport to Trespass series.  I had the pleasure of recently catching up with Mikael where we talked about artistic process, inspiration, vocational callings and the Waffle House (aka my newest obsession, as a result of my roadtrip).  Lofty subjects, all.  If you are in New York, be sure to drop by the opening reception tonight at the Howard Greenberg Gallery on East 57th!

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