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A Reason to Shoot People

In this verbal and visual essay, I propose that the best time to photograph people in an art gallery is when they offer a proportional statement between them and the installed work. It’s the optical equivalent of a simile. By Tommy Tung ============ At art exhibitions, you see photographers with point-and-shoot cameras and SLR machines … Continue reading

// Art // Relax, Not Reason Through It

In this essay, I abandon Art History so I can experience anthro[physis] at Rivera Gallery without “isms” and aggrandizing. By Tommy Tung Enter a gallery. A monocle and an art degree are not needed. Possess them however and you have an ocular and academic advantage. I pack light. I only carry the five senses—plenty for engaging any art exhibition. Equipped like … Continue reading