Video visit to Big Apple, thanks to James Kalm | Rock Candy

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Video visit to Big Apple, thanks to James Kalm

Posted By on Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 12:14 PM

Fayetteville artist LaDawna Whiteside sent Eye Candy a link to the James Kalm Report, the artist Loren Munk's website, where he posts his videotapes of art exhibits and street music and other happenings in New York. If you always thought that when you grew up you would live in New York but didn't, this is a great place to go to see why you screwed up. (And if you didn't, it's still a great place to look at art on the run). The video posted here was made during Kalm/Munk's trips to various galleries during the 2011 Outsider Art Fair. Amazing Haitian pieces here, among other wonderful stuff. You're not going to get a lot of Artforumspeak analysis; instead Kalm/Monk just says "beautiful" and "look at those colors" and "reminds me of Dubuffet."

More about Munk, who is an artist, in this story from the L.A. Times.

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