Starting here with a typewriter typing a long white bed sheet. Well: a glossy, waterfalling scroll of paper. Lovely, and I forgot to get the artist’s name again.
A color photo with color I was mad for. Whether that was real or induced color, environment, I don’t know. Or care. (Robert Polidori.)
Two human studies: another one I loved for color, that made color new. I think it was the denim color that made it. (Meleko Mokgosi.)
I am accused of only liking paintings because of their use of yellow, and I am always guilty, but also, the shadows on this made Alex Katz’s piece a better composition than I expect from a face and a back.
Finally, here: people are interested in circuits right now, in making little lights part of things, in books and pictures, in a primitive, fifth-grade-scienc type of way. I was unsuccessful in making the light bulb light up, even in my fifth grade science kit, so I don’t know that I can join up with this, but the last piece here by Haroon Mirza has solar panels to light up the lights in it, so it is a living sort of Mondrian. (A piece I didn’t photograph was a Mondrian with drawer pulls glued on it. I swear.)