A year ago, I could never have dreamed where I would be sitting today.. it just proves that if you make positive changes and believe in yourself, anything can happen. Today is for reflection & contemplation, tomorrow for renewal, second chances and great beginnings.
[Here's some blog highlights from 2012]
Favorite exhibitions of 2012:
Maurizo Cattelan: All @ the Guggenheim (My Post HERE.)
Yayoi Kusama: Retrospective @ the Tate Modern & The Whitney.
Glen Ligon: America Retrospective seen @ The Fort Worth Modern. (My post HERE. )
Places traveled in 2012.
Paris, France: Me in front of the Louvre and the clock inside the Musee Orsay
London and Oxford: My message on the wall in front of Abbey Road Studios and the tree of Christ Church College, Oxford
Brazil: Louise Bourgeois, Spider 1996 @ the MAM in Sao Paulo and a Self-Portrait @ a Sao Paulo Gallery. (Post HERE.)
Favorite art seen in 2012:
Joseph Kosuth, One and Three Chairs 1965 @ the Centre Pompidou & John Chamberlain, Frostydickfantasy 2008 @ the Seagram Building. (Post HERE.)
Christain Marclay, The Clock 2010 @ The Lincoln Center & Wall of Text from SMoCA’s “This is Present from a Small Distant World.” (Post HERE.)
Self Portrait- Through Tomas Saraceno, Cloud City on the roof of the Met & Stefan Sagmeister, Happiness Instructional Card Dispenser, 2012 @ the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia (Post HERE & HERE)
I worked on Matthew Moore’s solo exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum and got my name published in a book for the first time.
I welcomed my brother home from the war. (Post HERE.)
I enjoyed watching The Artist is Present: Marina Abramovic and Gregory Crewdon: Brief Encounters. (Post HERE.)
I moved from Arizona to Texas then on to New York City.
I started Graduate School and spent most of my days inside a library.
& most importantly, I have continued to do what makes me happiest, capturing and exploring the world through my camera lens. (More Posts HERE.)
I just want to say Thank You to those who read. 2012 was the best yet here @ thedreambeing. As I begin my third year of publishing this site I know it is only going to be another promising year full of art, adventures and dreaming big. Cheers!