Josef Glimer Gallery

I for one was shocked to see no dog art in here, then I realized it was just upstairs from a fancy dog and cat food store (not sure if that’s the best location). Inside the stairs were very steep and the gallery itself was tiny. It was filled with paintings all from a single artists that the curator knew personally but I preferably wasn’t into. There was a piece that stood out from everything else, as it was an installation.

Brandi Wine 1966 (For it to be that old, and yet to look that new...) Michael George Karonias Bubigna wood Maybe it was the fact that this chair would probably be found within Alice in Wonderland, or maybe its the fact that I want multiples of this chair just to put in my dining, room, but the fact that it was a non-painted piece really stood out towards me. Plus I happen to have a thing with tendril-like objects as long as they aren't actually tentacles (to which I'm grossed out by).

Brandi Wine
1966 (For it to be that old, and yet to look that new…)
Michael George Karonias
Bubigna wood
Maybe it was the fact that this chair would probably be found within Alice in Wonderland, or maybe its the fact that I want multiples of this chair just to put in my dining, room, but the fact that it was a non-painted piece really stood out towards me. Plus I happen to have a thing with tendril-like objects as long as they aren’t actually tentacles (to which I’m grossed out by).

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