July 10th, 2012

Art field trip

Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam

Rineke Dijkstra, Vondelpark, Amsterdam

We have decided to take a fashion break (beware, we are writing our Fall wish lists and compiling the season’s must-haves and will share soon) and cleanse our palettes with an art field trip. First stop, Karen Kilimnik’s exhibition at The Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, CT. The solo show is open through September and features 60 of the artist’s paintings, drawings and installations–all from Peter Brant’s personal collection. Lunch at Méli-Mélo and a quick spin through Privet House down the street will make this part of the field trip complete.

With portraiture in mind, our other stop will be the Dutch photographer, Rineke Dijkstra’s first retrospective at the Guggenheim (through October 8th). Dijkstra is fascinated with photographing young people, mostly because their emotional vulnerabilities still show so close to the surface. A good bit of stop, think, and ponder on a hot summer day.

Karen Kilimnik's 'Prince Albrecht at Home'

Karen Kilimnik’s ‘Prince Albrecht at Home’

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  • in reply to UweRe: Data StructureHi Akshay,if you haven’t done so please read the iecludnd documentation to get a high level overview of the code.The interfaces for the graph, nodes and edges are in package org.uweschmidt.dijkstravis.graph, with implementations in package org.uweschmidt.dijkstravis.graph.jung.The positions of the nodes are managed by the JUNG2 graph library (see ). The edge weights are automatically set to the euclidean distance (see org.uweschmidt.dijkstravis.gui.jung.transformer.MyEdgeLabelTransformer).I hope that helps and sorry for the late reply,Uwe

    SulennyJuly 25th, 2012  3:15 AM


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