Editorial: Martin Parr and Gian Butturini’s “London”

So there is a bit of a buzzz going on about Martin Parr's contributing essay in the 2017 facsimile publication of the late Gian Butturini's (1935 - 2006) photobook "London", self-published in 1969. For the record, I have not seen either the 1969 or the 2017 facsimile edition. I have seen that ArtBook has stated... Continue Reading →

How effective is Social Media for an Artist?

I have been wondering a lot about the relevances of social media for myself and other artists, and perhaps more specifically about staying on Facebook/Instagram. First, the basic question, why use social media (e.g. Facebook/Instagram, Twitter, etc) by an artist? For an established artist who has multiple galleries that represent them, constant demand for exhibitions,... Continue Reading →

Website Switch up to SquareSpace

Trabuco Flats, copyright 2018 Douglas Stockdale For those who might have followed the link to my website these past few days probably had a bit of a visual surprise when you were greeted with a brand new home page.┬áSo while I was taking some time to evaluate how I wanted to proceed with my Trabuco... Continue Reading →

Social Media updates for the New Year

Crystal Cove, bikes, December 2017 copyright Douglas Stockdale For my 2018 New Years resolution as well as one of my goals for the year was to try to improve my social media presence. Specifically this goal is for my personal artist projects and I will be doing something similar to broaden the presence of The... Continue Reading →

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