The Library of Earth Anatomy is now open…

October 5, 2017 § Leave a comment

I am delighted to announce that the Library of Earth Anatomy is open, up and running and can be visited in the Bay Observatory at The Exploratorium now and into the geologic future…

The Library – part sculpture, part mobile geological field station, features a new contemplation based Geology collection and an accompanying card catalog, a rock handling collection, a selection of inspirational geological printed matter and a petrographic microscope for exploring the geological universe in thin section.

Rocks are records of events that took place at the time they formed. They are books. They have a different vocabulary, a different alphabet, but you learn how to read them. 

 —John McPhee

Being Stone…

October 5, 2017 § Leave a comment

Beautiful Etre Pierre curated by Jessica Castex and Noelle Chabert is now open at Musee Zadkine in Paris…it is wonderful to be in the amazing stone company of –

Gilles Aillaud | Dove Allouche | Giovanni Anselmo | Jean Arp | Katinka Bock | Constantin Brancusi | Brassaï |Marc Couturier | Claude Cahun | Anne Deguelle | Eugène Dodeigne | Jimmie Durham | Paul- Armand Gette | Ilana Halperin | Hans Hartung | Henri Gaudier-Brzeska | Nicholas Mangan | Otobong Nkanga| Katie Paterson | Giuseppe Penone| Pablo Picasso| Pratchaya Phinthong | Marko Pogacnik | Evariste Richer | Auguste Rodin | Jean-Michel Sanejouand | Oscar Santillan | Fabien Giraud et Raphaël Siboni |Robert Smithson | Akio Suzuki | Ossip Zadkine|

On through February 11th, 2018

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