Dear Sir or Madam

What a Museum Should Really Look Like

Proletarier Aller Laender

Today Could Be a Day of Historical Importance

David (inspired by Michelangelo)

Bring Me The Head of...

A Sudden Gust of Wind


Homo Practicus

One and Three Pasta (with George L. Legendre)


Steven Toole, The Artlover


An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in New York

We Will Wait

O by Ozkaya


O by Ozkaya

“O has all the hallmarks of Ozkaya’s oeuvre: humor, daring, and a complex, philosophical conceit — how do you really know where you are, or what is real — imagined in the simple, ephemeral form of a bubble. And again, the echoes of art history: during the 17th century, the theme Homo bulla est (man is a bubble) was popular among Dutch masters. These paintings, created by Rembrandt, Jacob Van Loo, and others, depicting Cupid or putti or human children blowing bubbles, were conceived and understood as vanitas images, reminders of the brevity of life.” Elizabeth Wolfson