Really like these paintings by Asymptote Architecture, in a twitpic documenting their move to a new studio, linked to by Curbed. It's possible they're architectural renderings and not intended to be paintings but seen casually leaning against boxes, the curvy biomorphic CAD-objects floating in flat blue fields look like great paintings so at least on the thought experiment level that's what they now are.
Dreamed I was having a retrospective of my paintings. I was in the gallery helping to install them. The space was a privately funded "avant" venue in Europe. Someone (the main benefactor of the space?) thought it was a good idea to have a nude female model "voguing" in the galleries while the preparators were working. Her poses were blatantly sexual. I didn't see the point of it but didn't argue with it, either.
Some of my work was lost or unavailable and had to be recreated for the show. A friend of mine was in the gallery with an easel, banging out these knockoffs at a steady clip. I always knew he was a good painter but it was quite amazing to see him reproducing some of my early photorealist work. It was like watching myself paint them but in high speed with more nimble wrist action.
Later one of the founding members of Nasty Nets (I won't say who) had sex with the voguing model in the back of a station wagon.