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The Theatre of Robert Anton – An Exhibition

[Translate] The Theater of Robert Anton It must have been early 1980’s, and I was working (performing as a mime) at an upstate NY fair “German Alps Festival” at Hunter Moutain. The festival included many performers and once in awhile Read the full article…

“Finding Solitude” Exhibit Closing Party Dec. 5th.

[Translate] ARTIST STATEMENT My work explores the connection between places and internal solitude. While capturing these select images, I found myself reflecting upon ideas, plans, and dreams while suddenly realizing I was solo within the cultural landscape minus its inhabitants. Read the full article…

Photographs from IN/SIGHTS – Clown/Actor Bill Irwin

[Translate] “When you’re onstage, part of you wants to be off as fast as possible. And once you’re offstage, everything is in anticipation of the next time you’re on.” Bill Irwin Studio photographs of Bill Irwin taken Nov. 1986 by Read the full article…

Flashback Promo – Work I have done in the past that is still great to look at!

[Translate] This is a new series I am starting that begins today! Photographs and flyers (that were made with my photographs). Litsedeyi – Russian Clown Troupe from Leningrad performing at Philadelphia Mime Clown Theater Festival (circa 1985) Slava Polunin performing Read the full article…

Capturing Clowns – Dance Magazine article April 1983

[Translate] Not to get reminiscent about the past but here is an article published in Dance Magazine in April 1983. Titled “Capturing Clowns”.  Featuring my photographs of performing artists. Most of my work at the time was done in studios Read the full article…

Book Signing Party at Cornelia Street Cafe – “How Many Surrealists…?”

[Translate] BOOK SIGNING PARTY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!  Come one – Come all! Fun to be had at this book signing party. A New Book by Clown historian, teacher and World Traveler John Towsen. Catch him while he is still Read the full article…

Visiting tattoo artist Lyle Tuttle in San Francisco – July 2015

November 15, 2015 // Art, Exhibit, Photography // No Comments

[Translate] Lyle Tuttle in front of his shop in San Francisco. Front of the tattoo shop at 841 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco. The interior of one wall with designs and tattoo artifacts from around the world. By going public in Read the full article…

DANCENOISE – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Anne Iobst and Lucy Sexton

[Translate] “Unruly on the surface yet deeply structured, DANCENOISE’s performances skewered, even eviscerated popular and media culture, with feminist fury, wicked humor and a good measure of gore.” —The New York Times DANCENOISE DANCENOISE performing at La Mama in the Read the full article…

“The Missouri Giantee” – Kate Keithley – 1860 Sideshow attraction

February 18, 2015 // Exhibit, Photography, Sideshow // No Comments

[Translate] KATE KEITHLEY, Giant Lady. Carte de visite. 4 ¼” x 2 ½”. Imprinted information on bottom of mount “The Missouri Giantess…6 feet around the waist, 2 feet around the arm, 675 pounds”. Ca. 1860 -As Exhibited at Burnell & Read the full article…

SHOWHISTORY.COM – A Unique Image Archive

[Translate] This is the mast head for SHOWHISTORY.COM website. A very unique place for those interested in odd, unique and offbeat memorabilia. Here is a comment by the website manager: “Membership is $25 a year and allows you access to Read the full article…