Hai Bo Southern Series at Pace Palo Alto w. Sugimoto at DeYoung in SF a whiles back


I met Hai Bo thanks to the translater and Liz Sullivan of Pace Palo Alto yesterday

Hai Bo has a show, Southern Series, at Pace Gallery Palo Alto, near the Blue Trees of City Hall, on Hamilton.

I had one champagne, one half a white wine, and one beer before zipping over the the Palo Alto Planning and Transportation meeting. I was on bike,and dressed in bike gear. My version of such. (Maybe Megan of Drew Altchuler Photo caught me in full glory, not to be so vain but yes this song is about me, as David Shields reality hunger would argue).

Thru the trannie, (and not Thu Tran), I said that I preferred Hai Bo to Sugimoto because he made me happier but that it was unfair comparison because I had never met Sugimoto, who is ten years older than both of us and perhaps time will tell (that Hai Bo is as good or mo better).

I signed the log as Ma WeiWei in homage to Ai Wei Wei although my name is Weiss Mark.

Baseball. Soccer. Basketball. Big world. Closer. Same sun? Different moon. 1Q84. 2Q18.


Sugimoto show was at DeYoung in 2007. My favorite was Chryseller Bldg in NYC that was a bit blurry because the world turned. Speaking of which: goodbye Julian Cox from DeYoung seven lucky years now in Ontario Toronto not CA. (He’s a Brit, the rugby not football kind).

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i hope to see this building in person, lord willing and the creek dont rise, again. this summer with muy wife Terry Acebo Davis the artist and former two-term commissioner


andand: Gallery Director Liz Sullivan looked very very almost Yao Ming tall more than Jeremy Lin in special fancy gallery lady shoes –I’d like to know what brand? So would my wife or the wife of famous Cisco internet exec from Norway Rune Oslund and his beauty wife Lilligul. Hello world friends!

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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