and his wife, Teenuh, have been longtime collectors of self-taught art and vernacular photography. Their collection of anonymous, found snapshots has toured the country for five years and has been featured in
Lucia Eames, 1930-2014
An appreciation of Lucia Eames (1930-2014).
De Vinne at the Grolier Club in New York
A review of the Grolier Club’s quiet, yet noteworthy exhibition, “The Dean of American Printers: Theodore Low De Vinne and The Art Preservative of All Arts”.
The World of Tomorrow in 1939
Seventy five years ago this April, the 1939 New York World’s Fair (“Building the World of Tomorrow
”) opened to the public in Flushing Meadows, NY.
Not Afraid of Noise: Mexico City Stories
A photographic tour of Mexico City, house by house, wall by wall.
The Folk Art Museum, David Adjaye's market hall, and the first addition to the Morgan Library. If three makes a trend, then premature demolition qualifies.