Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Horses Think Blog Officially Closed & Archive

May 21, 2013

I’m not sure who is still out there reading blogs or reading this blog in particular. You must have noticed the trickle of posts over the past year or so. I unfortunately must admit that this blog’s time has come to an end. I no longer have the time or energy to keep it going as it once was.

The plan as of now is to archive this site permanently. I intend to put the archive up on the website in the near future. Horses Think Press will indeed continue and there will be a news page over there as well in addition to the archived blog site.

Meanwhile, I plan to start something from scratch over here on I have grown attached to this web url and have decided to use it for other things.

Thanks to everyone who tuned in to read my rants and recommendations over the past few years, it has been a fantastic learning experience.

Stay tuned here and at for updates, projects and new work.

Charles Freger at FIT

April 7, 2013


Charles Freger is giving a free artist talk at FIT on Monday, April 8th at 1pm. The talk is happening at the Katie Murphy Amphitheater, D Building at 27th and 7th Avenue.

This is in advance of his upcoming exhibitions opening this Thursday night at both Yossi Milo and Hermès Gallery in NYC.

NY Art Book Fair – 2012

September 27, 2012

Horses Think Press is excited to participate in this year’s NY Art Book Fair presented and organized by Printed Matter.

I’ll have a range of books from the recently completed series of 12 Books, as well as select copies of hard to find and out of print titles.

There will also be another viewing party for Justin James Reed’s 2013 in the Classroom on Saturday evening at 7pm, a free book giveaway (erupting spontaneously and randomly around the fair) as well as a couple of completely new titles.

Feel free to stop by and say hello, I’ll be outside in The Schoolyard.


Thursday, September 27, 6 – 9 pm
Friday, September 28, 12 – 7 pm
Saturday, September 29, 11 – 9 pm
Sunday, September 30, 11 – 7 pm

Gregory Crewdson – Brief Encounters

September 26, 2012

Screening at Film Forum from October 31 – November 13, 2012.

The original and amazing David Lean directed film Brief Encounter will also be screening at Film Forum a couple of weeks before.

This photograph from Crewdson’s Beneath the Roses series has that original film listed on a theater marquee.

The Ascendancy of Ink-Jet Printing

September 4, 2012

Wolfgang Tillmans, Headlight (a), 2012

The September 2012 issue of ArtForum is out and looks almost like the September issue of Vogue magazine in it’s thickness and ad content. Inside there is an interesting conversation between Michelle Kuo and Wolfgang Tillmans called Step into Liquid: The Ascendancy of Ink-Jet Printing.

Unfortunately, you can’t read it online, as it’s only available in print.

A quote from Tillmans:

“We have arrived at a point where a large proportion of “painting” is actually ink-jet printing. This is an amazing fact. But, almost as astonishingly, it is never really talked about. A photographic ink-jet print on paper, an iPad drawing printed on ink-jet paper, and an original design printed on ink-jet paper are all technically exactly the same. Perhaps it’s time to rethink the remarkably persistent categorization of artworks. In my view, we are all making pictures.”

Marten Lange – Lab

August 22, 2012

If you aren’t already, I would highly suggest following Mårten Lange’s Lab website where he is posting images and text in preparation for his upcoming book to be published by Mack.

The whole thing feels sort of cryptic but the exacting and distilled images are quite mesmerizing so far.

Lange was also the young maverick behind Farewell Books, an exciting publishing project that is unfortunately now over.

Book Project: Covers

June 13, 2012

To request the above photographic book:

Send an email (subject: Covers) to horses [at] with your name and mailing address.

If you are the first person to respond after the posting, you will receive the first copy of this book in the mail.

8.5 x 11 inches
(215.9 x 279.4 mm)
Risograph: Each page printed in 2-Colors (red, orange, green, blue)
Staple Bound
Cover Stock – 14 Different Covers
48 pages
Edition of 100

*This book is no longer available for the giveaway, but will be available for purchase shortly.

Shannon Ebner – Language Is Wild

April 12, 2012


Take a look at Shannon Ebner’s online project for Dia, Language Is Wild.

Visitor – Billboard

April 10, 2012

If you are in the Philadelphia area during the next few weeks, a billboard has been installed in connection with my participation in Of The Ordinary at PPAC.

The billboard is located at the intersection of Oxford Street and 2nd Street through the end of the month. Please drive by and take a look if you have a chance.

Jeff Koon's Train

March 27, 2012

A design rendering of Jeff Koons’ Train at the High Line. Image by James Corner Field Operations, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and Jeff Koons.

This is amazing and mad.

I can’t believe Jeff Koons’ Train might perpetually hover above The High Line, hoisted up into the air by a tall, forever-constructing crane.

The original Godzilla, released as Gojira in Japan in 1954. Photograph: cTavin/Everett/Rex Features

It’s almost a stand-in, as though Godzilla or King Kong had come back to play in the big city. And yet it is simultaneously majestic, light, heavy and awe inspiring.

The chosen site will become a photographic magnet and trap as evidenced by the above rendering.

Something to look forward to.