The Filter

a trawl through the internet, and the gems i find there
artnet:

Visions of Mary Frank
New York’s Film Forum is showing Visions of Mary Frank with JG, a program of films by and about two important contemporary artists: Mary Frank and Tacita Dean. John Cohen – filmmaker, photographer, musician, ethnographer – visits with his friend Mary Frank in her Chelsea studio, talking about her life and art. 
Don’t miss this chance to explore Mary Frank’s work at Susan L. Halper Fine Art, the space is dedicated to showing the work of women artists. 

artnet:

Visions of Mary Frank

New York’s Film Forum is showing Visions of Mary Frank with JG, a program of films by and about two important contemporary artists: Mary Frank and Tacita Dean. John Cohen – filmmaker, photographer, musician, ethnographer – visits with his friend Mary Frank in her Chelsea studio, talking about her life and art. 

Don’t miss this chance to explore Mary Frank’s work at Susan L. Halper Fine Art, the space is dedicated to showing the work of women artists. 

(via blackpaint20)

problemglyphs:

[NO BLOOD WASTED // FLOURISH WHERE YOU FALL]

Anonymous asked you:
November 5th 2013, 7:49:00 am · 5 months ago I’m terrified that I’ll never break out of my perpetual cycle of procrastination and loss of interest, and as such never do something big enough with my art to make up for the debt I owe the world. The prosperity that’s given me the ability to become the person I am now and do the things that I love is rooted in my grandfather’s work buying combat aircraft for the Army during the war in Vietnam. I’m surrounded by people whose ancestors my family helped to murder and I don’t know what to do.

problemglyphs:

[NO BLOOD WASTED // FLOURISH WHERE YOU FALL]

Anonymous asked you:

November 5th 2013, 7:49:00 am · 5 months ago
I’m terrified that I’ll never break out of my perpetual cycle of procrastination and loss of interest, and as such never do something big enough with my art to make up for the debt I owe the world. The prosperity that’s given me the ability to become the person I am now and do the things that I love is rooted in my grandfather’s work buying combat aircraft for the Army during the war in Vietnam. I’m surrounded by people whose ancestors my family helped to murder and I don’t know what to do.