750 Pairs Of Socks Make A Portrait Of Chinese Film Director Zhang Yimou.

red hong yi sock portrait

When Artist/Architect Hong Yi, who goes by the nickname “Red”, first moved to Shanghai she was fascinated by how many people still dried their clothes in the traditional manner of hanging them on bamboo poles in alleys, despite being in a sophisticated urban city. Read more

Modern Art Highlights From The Los Angeles Art Show – Part II


above: Halim Al Karim, Hidden Love 3 (detail), 2009, Lambda print on aluminum, 67 x 47 inches (170 x 120 cm)

Yesterday I shared with you some of the modern art from the Los Angeles Art Show in Part I and now the eye candy continues with Part II. Read more

Modern Art Highlights From The Los Angeles Art Show – Part I

The 16th annual Los Angeles Art Show took place in the city’s Convention Center this past Thursday, January 19th through Sunday, January 23rd. I attended with my friend and fellow art-lover/collector Betsy Wills, who flew out from Nashville for the event and who is the author of an enjoyable art blog named Artstormer. Read more

Rock a Bye Deadly Baby: The Ne Zha Works of Shi Jinsong

The Ne Zha Baby Boutique By Shi Jinsong

Chinese artist Shi Jinsong has created a series of sculptures that reinterpret typically safe products for baby- such as strollers, rockers, toys and more – as outrageously unsafe and deadly death machines. Read more

HOMA The Hotel Of Modern Art In The Yuzi Paradise Of China.

HOMA the Hotel of Modern Art

Thanks to the kiwi collection, a fabulous site of the world’s greatest hotels, I have discovered HOMA, the Hotel of Modern Art in China, part of the Relais-Chateaux group of luxury hotels. Read more