Karen Knorr is an American photographer living in London who was born in Germany, grew up in Puerto Rico and went to art school in Paris and London. Info via The New York Times.
The Outstanding curator Julia Trotta at her, now-defunct, gallery, Excellently known as Fake Estate, as seen in the House and Home section of The New York Times.
Presented via The New York Times, The Six Degress of Andy Cohen, written by Susan Dominus.
From The New York Times: “In granting bail, Judge Howard Riddle ordered that Mr. Assange appear again in court on Jan. 11. He also said that between then and now he must reside at Ellingham Hall, a Georgian mansion in Bungay, in eastern England, owned by Vaughan Smith, the founder of a club for journalists. Mr. Assange must spend every night at the mansion and will be electronically tagged so the police can track his movements, the judge said.” Read full report HERE.
We always listen to, and heed, what Outstandingly Excellent art critic Linda Yablonsky has to say (ex close friends in common, and the like). Linda’s now at Art Basel 41, June 16 through June 20, 2010, in Basel, Switzerland, and she’s reporting on that high-profile scene for T, The New York Times Style Magazine. What’s Linda seen and heard and liked, so far? Please click HERE.
“There are still people who want to criminalize homosexuality one way or another, and I thought it might useful if more heterosexual men admitted that they are a little bit gay, as is everyone, and that homosexuality is a form of love and not just sex.” —Christopher Hitchens, The New York Times, June 6th, 2010