Art & DADA in Zürich & YADA Yada Yada

Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini  @tonightatdawn “HOW DOES ONE ACHIEVE ETERNAL BLISS? BY SAYING DADA. HOW DOES ONE BECOME FAMOUS? BY SAYING DADA. WITH NOBLE GESTURE AND DELICATE DECENCY. TILL ONE GOES CRAZY. TILL ONE LOSES CONSCIOUSNESS.” -Hugo Ball, founder of the Cabaret Voltaire in the original Dada manifesto DADA DA-DA dada Right now,Continue reading “Art & DADA in Zürich & YADA Yada Yada”

Dear Climate, How do I Love Thee?

“Dear Climate” Marina Zurkow, Una Chaudhuri, Fritz Ertl and Oliver Kellhammer powerHouse Books window display 41 Main Street, (DUMBO) Brooklyn, NY 11201 Click here for more information and FREE images. Text & Photo by K. Cecchini  @tonightatdawn Images by Marina Zurkow, Una Chaudhuri, Fritz Ertl and Oliver Kellhammer who encourage you to freely distribute them.Continue reading “Dear Climate, How do I Love Thee?”

Adam Normandin: Yard ~ an interview with the artist

Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery 37 West 57 Street . New York 10019 . 212.593.3757 bernarducci@meiselgallery.com . bernarduccimeisel.com ADAM NORMANDIN: YARD: Solo exhibition 4 – 27 September 2014 Feature Image: Adam Normandin, “Change of Plan,” oil & acrylic on panel, 22×38″, 2014 Click here to view Normandin’s website. Tonight at Dawn: The vibrancy of your paintings in Yard beautifies subjectsContinue reading “Adam Normandin: Yard ~ an interview with the artist”

On the Walls of Barcelona (A les muralles de Barcelona)

Some graffiti photographed throughout Barcelona circa 2009.  If anybody knows the specific context behind some of these images, please add to the comment section! Photos by Kimberly Cecchini

margeaux walter: artist part two

Margeaux Walter has a thorough resume that includes a number of solo and group shows, honors, awards and artist residencies.  She is currently an MFA student at Hunter College in New York City. Contact: http://www.margeauxwalter.com                                        Continue reading “margeaux walter: artist part two”

Arte Temporal en El Zócalo (Temporary Art)

Text & Photos by Kimberly Cecchini El Zócalo was almost deserted the first time we walked through it; densely populated Mexico City was strangely empty at it’s core despite the square’s fame as a meeting place since the time of the Aztecs. With the Baroque-styled National Palace and green Volkswagen Beetles circling around, Constitution PlazaContinue reading “Arte Temporal en El Zócalo (Temporary Art)”

From the Archives: Body of Work

Text and Photos by Kimberly Cecchini I make sculptures with the intentions of making people dance…so when they engage it, you have to walk around, you have to duck, you have to get low to take these different perspectives…so (viewing the piece) is a constant unfolding.” In Appositions, Williams does not directly grapple with socialContinue reading “From the Archives: Body of Work”