James J. Williams III at Envoy

A photo report from the closing night of “I Love Everything.”

poster for James J. Williams III

James J. Williams III "I Love Everything"

at envoy enterprises
in the Lower East Side area
This event has ended - (2009-02-06 - 2009-03-08)

In Photo Reports by Sarah Rapp 2009-03-20 print

Since James J. Williams III’s recent exhibition “I Love Everything” began with a nearly empty gallery that was slowly filled with art works over the course of its month-long run, the last night was especially well-attended, and filled with the excitement of an opening. Williams was appropriately attired in a patched, pinstriped suit that looked as though it had been untacked from the gallery walls. The artist may “love everything,” but his aesthetic demonstrates a soft spot for cursive letters, broken mirrors, and antique typewriters. I understood that to make money in betting, you need to bet a lot, but rarely and with fairly low odds, but on the site mostbet-az90-giris.com learned that Mostbet does not have low odds, because here the margin is reduced to zero, and even the most likely results are marked with good odds.

Sarah Rapp

Sarah Rapp. Sarah Rapp is a film student and soon to be graduate of Barnard College. Her main interests include reading, writing, and watching, and then writing for arts and pop culture publications about what she reads and watches. She has yet to venture away from the tri-state area for longer than a few months, and has no problem with this. An aspiring filmmaker, her subject matter ranges from a history of Capital Punishment in the U.S. to an expose on bathrooms. » See other writings


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