Marc Vogl

Marc Vogl

June 17, 2013 by giarts-ts-admin

Bill Ivey. 2012, 192 pages, Counterpoint.

In his new book we learn about many of the things Bill Ivey doesn’t like:

  • banner ads
  • smart phones
  • the $6 billion yoga industry
  • politicians who hide behind polling
  • cable news
  • $4,000 mountain bikes
  • TV in general; cooking shows in particular

And we learn about some of the things Bill Ivey does like:

  • Leica cameras
August 23, 2010 by giarts-ts-admin

2009, 37 pages, Blueprint Research & Design, Inc., 720 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94102,

March 8, 2010 by giarts-ts-admin

My goal for putting together a session at the 2009 GIA Conference entitled: “Changing the Game: New Models, New Leaders, New Ideas for the Arts,” was to cast new light on old problems by enriching our collective conversation with new voices. I described it in the conference guide this way: