anything, but . . square.
catching up with some . . flashes of light !!

SARAH BRAMAN . . . !!!!
at the Mitchell-Innes and Nash presentation, FIAC PARIS, Oct 18-21, 2018.
image via Instagram @canada.nyc
SARAH BRAMAN, ‘Paula’, 2018.
wood, glass and chair / image copyright Sarah Braman


SARAH BRAMAN, with her son, Jody, who is now in college . . . OCT 25, 2003.
at the opening of ‘Touching Fantasy Through Color’, which included sculptures by Sarah.
at Canada Gallery, when it was situated in its first space on Chrystie St, in Chinatown / Lower East Side, NYC.
PHOTO: NANCY SMITH / artnet Fall 2003

def, check out: the original post / FALL OPENINGS of 2003 – on artnet
also including . . .
JEANNE GREENBERG in the early days of SALON 94, JEFF KOONS at his ‘Popeye’ opening, JULIAN SCHNABEL, JAMES TURRELL, street artist SP.ONE / among . . others.

and . . even:
the opening of . . . ‘Prison Drawings of Alfredo Martinez’,
large portraits of inmates, which Alfredo made on handmade paper, with torn magazine pages, flour & water as glue, & using coffee and jell-o mixed with water as coloring pigments / when he was incarcerated for 2 years, for real.
for selling phony Basquiats, as the real deal, instead of as . . . the “REAL FAKE” . . !!!

MICHAEL DIAZ, beside his prison portrait by ALFREDO MARTINEZ, at THE PROPOSITION, Chelsea, NYC.
Alfredo was still in prison at the time,
having smuggled the drawings out to friends, via the US postal service in bulky manila envelopes (!!)
OCT 24, 2003
PHOTO: NANCY SMITH / artnet Fall 2003