I like the works they were not viseral but lingual, verbal, visual.
It's all about the paintingsand those are some fabulous paintings.
And, if Cecily is a good “rake” (would that be a british social climber in the USA? hogarth to hockney to cecily?) then she's adding value. A female rake, du. Hmmm.
he isnt in yet. thats why its good to be the boss
This work looks visceral to me. But maybe your viscera and my viscera are moved differently
“All present seemed to agree that life is more interesting when it includes your critics, and that art is more interesting when you get to know the artist, as it enriches your understanding of the work, even if you think that the work is hateful.”
No taxation without medication.
I hope so - so, why does so-ho keep trying to charge me for drugs I didn't take?
you must be getting my invoice
see - right here - gang boys again - no more pam I guess:
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MICA News in the New York region, February 2005
MICA in Chelsea
All MICA alumni, faculty, parents and friends are invited to join President Fred Lazarus and Donald Baechler (’77 Painting) at a progressive reception at the solo exhibitions of two internationally noted MICA alumni – Nancy Rubins ’74 and Donald Baechler ’77.
Tuesday, February 8
5 – 6 p.m. Nancy Rubins (’74 General Fine Arts), Small Forest, Paul Kasmin Gallery, 293 Tenth Avenue at W 27th Street
6 – 7:30 p.m. Donald Baechler (’77 Painting), New Sculpture, Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 W 25th Street, between 10th & 11th Avenues
RSVP to Katie Casey, 443-423-1021, fax: 410-225-2312, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jim Radakovich ('77 Painting) is included in Vintage East Village.
January 20-April 29, Hal Bromm Gallery, 90 West Broadway at Chambers St., NY, NY 10007
www.artcal.net/event/view/8/334, (212) 732-6196
Nathan Ritterpusch (’99 Painting) and Van Hanos (’01 Painting) are included in What is Your Conceptual Continuity?
January 29-February 26, Rare Gallery, 521 W 26th St, NY NY 10001
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 29, 6-8 p.m.
Tue-Sat 11-6 p.m.
Catherine Drabkin (’82 Painting) gouaches
February 12-March 12, Kraushaar Galleries, 724 Fifth Ave, NY, NY 10019
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 12, 3-5 p.m.
Tue-Fri 9:30-5:30 p.m., Sat 10-5 p.m.
Elissa Lieberman (’93 Hoffberger)
February 15-March 5, Montserrat Gallery, 584 Broadway, NY, NY 10012
Tues-Sat 12-6 p.m.
Emily Barletta (’03 Fibers) www.emily-b.net
Orin Brecht (’03 Illustration) www.orinbrecht.com and www.stencil1.com
Elissa Lieberman (’93 Hoffberger) www.elissasart.com
Lisa Manzi (’96 GFA) www.lisamanzi.com and www.glennalong.com/
Drew Shiflett (’78 Hoffberger) www.drewshiflett.com
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I gambled in two graveyards
I won against the odds
With the smiling saints
And the silent saviours
With the maggots and the gods
I cursed the things they showed me
I could never see again
And the howling of the wind at night
I wrote upon the rain
I found the thing
For which I prayed
And came back home
To the usa
With a heart of stone
And now I know
That it?s the same
Wherever you go
I like the knownothing minds! I am reluctant to categorize, I took from the phrase: autumn leaves as external even seasonal; size matters, and success, with that in mind I reject that any art expensive/low priced if it be art and it be, then it's way beyond retail.
its almost as good as the les and its fantastic waittoplay wonderland!
River, river have mercy
Take me down to the sea
For if I perish on these rocks
My love no more I'll see
I've thought of you in far-off places
I've puzzled over lipstick traces
So help me God, I will not cry
And then I think of Lorelei
Friday nite: add 3 shots of tequila for a BAD 2 weeks
Driving in my big black car
Nothing can go wrong
I'm going and I don't know how far
So, so long.
Maybe I'll sleep in a Holiday Inn
Nothing can hurt me
Nothing can touch me
Why should I care?
Driving's a gas
It ain't gonna last.
Sunny day, highway
If it rains it's all the same.
I can't feel a thing
I can't feel a thing
I've got a big black car.
Nothing can hurt me
Nothing can touch me
Why should I care?
Driving's a gas
It ain't gonna last.
The lights above, oh yes.
I see the stars above
No one could accuse you of being thoughtless, its about the paintings and brakes, taking leaves, as they appear brown. Rake, Rake, greave, need, bleed souls progress sounds fun, like sex in the city. Rake is more socially acceptible than a 'hoe'.
“the private club is becoming the businesmann's castle... it seems conveient, somehow fitting to come to important desicsions within the exclusive club” - business week
dude word play is fucking tired.
rake what? daddys....
did you hear about the guy who broke his arm raking leaves? (he fell out of the tree)
I have perceiv'd that to be with those I like is enough,
To stop in company with the rest at evening is enough,
To be surrounded by beautiful, curious, breathing, laughing flesh is
To pass among them or touch any one, or rest my arm ever so lightly
round his or her neck for a moment, what is this then?
I do not ask any more delight, I swim in it as in a sea.
There is something in staying close to men and women and looking
on them, and in the contact and odor of them, that pleases
the soul well,
All things please the soul, but these please the soul well.
bi, big star.
I need a big brother-
I need a big sister-
I have always been the
I am quite tierd of breaking
i'll be your mirror
I like the one with David Niven the best; back on - trading places? New none owner - I'd say it was actually built up in the fifties (hey- what's that 59 cadilac doing there) n/n/lancia:
ps - mirrir ( not mere whore) where? rumour - new conceptual wall: anapolis; st. Johns? two years if your lucky (why god created cores programs) - watch for 58 Buicks - havn't heard about the vnavy recently? That's when they send em out. Mako Shark still in storage - next generation corevet - that 440 feerari ... loop oh rama will not stop; as soon as all the lamborghini muira's are in storage or paid for certain sublime materials will make there way to japan and new hondas will once again be availible/
Misreading is causing toxic deposits in my body, Word play is at least play, if its too cockney, try writing the sentance, yada yada yada, and then hoover it in. A lawn-vac! Did dame Edna leave her the glasses?
pms - mirrirFENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK( not mere whore) where? FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK rumour - new conceptual wall: anapolis; st. Johns? two years if your lucky FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK(why god created cores programs) - watch for 58 Buicks -FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK havn't heard about the vnavy recently? That's when they send em out. Mako Shark still in storage - FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCKnext generation corevet -FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK that 440 feerari ... loop oh rama will not stop;FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK as soon as all the lamborghini muira's are in storage FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK or paid for certain sublime materials will make there way to japan and new hondas will once again be availible/FENTON SUCKS/CARS SUCK
yea yea yea... doing it for martin really pissed you off, hu? Oh yea... must be one of the fagots they machine gun; well - that's why god invented lower manhatten and low promotions for movies durring wars...
yea yea yea - my FLASH 5 istructor made spank the monkey jokes - her and her
> cult baby didn't last long; back to brooklyn...I oersonal recoomend Bobmobike
> instead - has crack is wack certification...
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“Mike, Mike?” she said.
“That's the best I can give you,” he said. "That's all I've got.
Dispatcher: “OK, do you want to give it up then, because that doesn't make sense.”
Wamsley: “I don't know, I don't know.”
Dispatcher: “You don't want to give it up, do you?”
Wamsley: “No, I don't.”
Dispatcher: “Yeah, I don't either.”
Wamsley: “But I'm freezing, and my girlfriend is freezing, and . . .”
Dispatcher: “That's why we want to help you, Mike.”
Wamsley: “Help then, please.”
Dispatcher: “That's why I'm saying, please, please, please Mike, I need you to think about it, OK?”
I was in my room and I was just like staring at the wall thinking bout everything... but then again I was thinking about nothing, and then my Mom came in, and I didn't even know she was there. She called my name but I didn't hear her. Then she started screaming, “Mike, Mike!” And I go, “What? What's the matter?” She goes, “What's the matter with you?!” I go, “There's nothin' wrong Mom.” She goes, “Don't tell me that, you're on drugs!” I go, “No Mom, I'm not on drugs. I'm okay, I'm just thinking, you know. Why don't ya give me a Pepsi?” She goes, “No, you're on drugs!” I go, “Mom, I'm okay, I'm just thinking.” She goes, “No, you're not thinking, you're on drugs! Normal people don't act in that way!” I go, “Mom, just give me a Pepsi please, all I want is a Pepsi.” And she wouldn't give it to me! All I wanted was a Pepsi! Just one Pepsi! And she wouldn't give it to me! Just a Pepsi!
an australia thing aparently:
what about the show?
anyone see the show? any thoughts?
do roberta and jerry really feel this way?
where did the great pic of clem/harrison go.
Personally, i couldn't live with any of the paintings. there was one that was ok in the small room on the west wall; otherwise, boring. it looks to me that there was minimal personal investment in the work, in other words.. academic?
jerry agrees with u:
Because, for all their ostensible explicitness or openness, these paintings have a remarkably low quotient of self-exposure. They're impersonal, almost anonymous. They reflect an artist who clearly wants to make great paintings but is settling for far too little.
But you're no longer needed
Or even cared about here
Machines can do a better job than you
This is what you get for asking questions
The unions agree
'Sacrifices must be made'
Computers never go on strike
To save the working man you've got to put him out to pasture
Looks like we'll have to let you go
Doesn't it feel fulfilling to know
That you?the human being?are now obsolete
And there's nothing in hell we'll let you do about it
Soup is good food?(We don't need you any more)
You made a good meal?(We don't need you any more)
Now how do you feel?(We don't need you any more)
To be shit out our ass
And thrown in the cold like a piece of trash
You'll just have to leave
Unemployment runs out after just six weeks
How does it feel to be a budget cut?
You no longer exist
Your number's been purged from our central computer
So we can rig the facts
And sweep you under the rug
See our chart? Unemployment's going down
If that ruins your life that's your problem
Soup is Good Food, Etc.
We hate to interrupt
But it's against the law to jump off this bridge
You'll just have to kill yourself somewhere else
A tourist might see you
And we wouldn't want that
I'm just doing my job, you know
So say uncle
And we'll take you to the mental health zoo
Force feed you mind-melting chemicals
Til even the outside world looks great
In hi-tech science research labs
It costs too much to bury all the dead
The mutilated disease-injected
Surplus rats who can't be used anymore
So they're dumped (with no minister present)
In a spiraling corkscrew dispose-all unit
Ground into sludge and flushed away
Soup is good food
You made a good meal, etc?.
We know how much you'd like to die
We joke about it on our coffee breaks
But we're paid to force you to have a nice day
In the wonderful world we made just for you
“Poor Rats”, we human rodents chuckle
At least we get a dignified cremation
At 6:00 tomorrow morning
It's time to get up and go to work
So this janitor say to the lady with soup:
“Its Cambells, so you know its good”
Title: Tarantula: poems
New York, St. Martin's Press, 1994
Description: 137 pgs, 23 cm, with an Elliott Landy photo of Dylan at the piano on the cover.
Notes: Reprint of the original, after 10 years out of print. The first edition did not have “poems” in the title of the book.
Title page text: This is a work of fantasy and imagination. (Also in the first edition of the book.)
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ISBN: 0-312-10554-1; $12.95 US, $17.99 CAN, pbk
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