Well Reader, I am sharing my take on a week in the art world, or rather the small world of this particular artist caught between ARTnews and life while still adapting to postgraduate studies...
News, Sunday February 2, 2020:
Please see Saturday’s news.
Meanwhile: The Yankee artist starts the morning sipping tea and reading up on being a “Badass” and “how to stop doubting her greatness”. Red lipstick and a trip to the British Museum ensue, where she is
moved by several prints and drawings shown from the Alexander Walker collection bequest: Edda Redouf’s Hidden Energy; Victor Pasmore’s spiral drawing, Untitled 1981; a Peter Doig etching, Blotter; and especially Brice Marden’s Zen Study 5. Upon returning home, she endeavors to faithfully execute her last "Week in the Art World" diary entry while fulfilling her weekly horoscope’s charge to “borrow some of Diogenes’ attitude in the coming weeks” by experimenting “with being brassy, saucy and sassy”. God bless America! Or should it be God save the Queen?
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Hi, I'm Romi. I'm an American artist who lives & works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I have the amazing opportunity to live in London while working on a MFA program in painting and decided to blog about the experience. So here we go!