Tuesday, April 15, 2008

All of my Main Food Groups

After that serious post of yesterday, in which the event continues to upset me on so many levels I can barely think straight, I need to talk about something light. So here’s me in Heaven: solid bittersweet chocolate and bread in the same food. Eat with either strong coffee or sweet wine. Keeps you young.
Am also being seduced by some new music: Air and Beirut. Thanks, S.M!


ms. v. said...

oh, I like both of those bands! if you like them, check out Rodrigo & Gabriela. Mexican-Irish-heavy metal-played-on-Spanish-guitar. or something. I cannot stop listening.
that bread looks amazing. =)

Anonymous said...

Dear gallery owner,

I really think you have a great ( collection of artists) gallery and I do enjoy your region . I would be glad to show in your space and be a part of your stable. Allow me to introduce myself; to begin with; I am a artist within many forms and currently I am dealing with issues that involve situations of isolation within our social, political and economical plateas.. I work within the area of of performance/ performative actions that intervene within points of social commodifications via MASS socialization or just?. Checkout the below site for reference to my work and history; I look forward to receiving a reply. ;)

I also paint and love to sell my art to support the silly interventions. Anyways; please condier my web site and get back with me; ok?

Checkout the below site for reference to my work and history; I look forward to receiving a reply. ;)

Larry Caveney

Anonymous said...


Do you think if I was more polite; I could get more shows?


kloeamongtheturks said...

Dear Ms. V,
Yes, I've heard a bit of that duo, they are played on KCRW, which I listen to on radio and online... great d.j.s.
I remember eating chocolate and bread in Bulgaria, and of course in Turkey all the time.
Hope your apartment searching goes well...

kloeamongtheturks said...

I think politeness gets you exactly NOWHERE in the art world.
But as you are a very polite Southern Gentleman, you could try that charm out, and let me know how it goes.
Best regards,