Kissing doesn’t Kill, 1989
Alfred Sisley, Fete Day at Marly le Roi (The Fourteenth of July at Marly le Roi) 1875
Walter Sickert (British, 1860-1942), The Façade of St Jacques, c.1902-03. Pencil and oil on canvas, 24 x 20 in.
[gene beery’s paintings are great and a few of abelow’s witch paintings are chill, but this photo show is bad. i’m not sure if they were trying to be funny because this can’t possibly make a good joke. if they were being serious, then idk, mang. i think photographs of paintings as art are reductive nowadays. let’s just see more paintings or more photographs, not minimal b/w photos of your work that end up saying the exact thing over again. it’s like beating a goddamn dead horse.]