Tag Archive: website



Posted on July 10th, 2013

James Welling, Bike at Night, 1976

I often get asked how one goes about starting an art collection or what works are a sound investment; I tend to just say look and look and look even more and then buy what you like. I recently stumbled upon Artspace.com, a website dedicated to helping … (More →)



Posted on December 6th, 2012

I recently stumbled across the website Goodeggs and was immediately intrigued since it features guest contributions by people like Alice Waters, the legendary proprietress of Chez Panisse. Goodeggs is actually a resource to encourage buying directly from local farmers and their Eater’s Digest similarly features articles encouraging eating locally and seasonally. I especially like their … (More →)



Posted on November 20th, 2012

We now consume a vast percentage of visual and aural culture on our computers and phones; with Netflix for TV and movies, Pandora and Songza for music, Flipboard for news and magazines, and Pinterest for photos, we devote numerous hours to streaming content, receiving recommendations based on our selections, and broadcasting via Facebook and Twitter … (More →)



Posted on August 1st, 2012

I’m a keen observer of all the experiments in creating interactive digital experiences that seem to be increasing dramatically these days. Large corporations, like Google and Nike, with heaps of cash and an overwhelming desire to appear cool and innovative have been bankrolling a number of projects that likely would not have been realized without … (More →)


The Gallery of Lost Art

Posted on July 24th, 2012

When the Internet was in its infancy and museum websites consisted of little more than what’s on and contact pages, the Tate was an early innovator, experimenting with the promise of this new medium and its capacity to expand the institution’s reach. Now that the web has become an integral component of our day-to-day existence … (More →)


The Common Pursuit

Posted on June 5th, 2012

I am always fantasizing about exotic getaways but sometimes one hotel starts to feel much like the next, making a lot of travel both comfortable – and a little dull. That’s why I love The Common Pursuit, a website dedicated to sourcing interesting and full-of-character places to stay. They have managed to curate a … (More →)


MOCA Ends of the Earth Microsite

Posted on May 31st, 2012

In conjunction with the opening of the landmark exhibition, Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974, MOCA has launched an innovative microsite that uses Google Earth technology to geographically map key works featured in the exhibition. Since such an integral component of the Land Art movement was using the earth as an artistic … (More →)


John Peel Digital Archive

Posted on May 25th, 2012

I was completely blown away the first time I saw the digital archive of John Peel’s extensive music collection produced by the BBC and the Arts Council England. Peel, who died in 2004, was a DJ and radio presenter on the BBC for more than 40 years during which time he was the taste-maker for … (More →)

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