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March-April 2015 |Volume 11 Number 2


Photographer

“Follow Me to the Depths”

Portraits of ethereal women drifting gracefully in the deep void of blackness.

Gabriele Viertel

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Music Review

Eric Ross – Music From the Future

(For Theremin and Ensemble)

Review by Fred Roberts

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Art

ROSY LAMB:

American Artist in Paris

Interview by Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret

On Location/France

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Photographer

ON ART KANE:

Photographer Art Kane left behind a hugely memorable archive of images reintroduced by his son Jonathan Kane, and daughter-in-law, Holly Anderson, with their recently published collection, “ART KANE.”

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Featured Posts

Memoir

spy“True Tales of a Fictitious Spy,”

by Ferenc Aladar Gyorgyey and Paul Sohar

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Politics

cuba

Jim Palombo

Cuba and the United States

A few observations…

 

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Art

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The Ghost, The Mirror and Narcissus

Visiting José María Sicilia at the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House

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Photography

 

Viandas-de-Salamanca,-Strand,-LondonMark Richards

Capturing Darkness and Light

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Welcome

“Remember when …”

How often do we meet an old friend and say, “Remember when …”? And how often do we hear, these days, of people who don’t – or can’t?

The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House in New York City is one place among many where those afflicted by dementia in any one of  its considerable forms have a chance to drill down into the well of lost memories to bring something back they may not recognize even while “remembering.” The method employed is Art Therapy, and the maestro is Elizabeth Hartowicz, whose efforts to help those in need – including family members – keep a spark flickering in the lives of those for whom the flames are clearly being extinguished…

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Bridge to the Kingdom | 2014  | Oil on linen | 52.5 x 61.5 in

From our calendar listing

Karen Gunderson Exhibition

In March 2015, Waterhouse & Dodd will be exhibiting recent works by Karen Gunderson.

Gunderson was born in Racine, Wisconsin. She earned her MA of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa and has since received many honors and awards, including a Lorenzo Magnifico Prize in Painting at the 2001 Florence Biennale, Italy. Significant solo exhibitions include: the Charles A. Wustum Art Museum, Wisconsin, 1985; Brattleborough Museum Art Center, 2002; Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, 2004; Museum of Gdansk, 2009 and Bahrain National Museum, 2010. Her paintings were included in the ART in Embassies US program in Togo, West Africa 2000 and in Manama, Bahrain, 2010.

Beginning in the 1980s, Gunderson developed her own style and language of painting in which she applies black oil paint with innovative brush strokes. She uses five different hues of black and by scoring the surface to create impasto she manipulates the reflections of light to generate extraordinary effects – in her sea paintings, for example, the viewer experiences an illusion of movement in the waves and clouds as they walk around the canvas. One could accurately describe her medium as ‘light on oil paint on canvas’.

March 3 – March 28, Waterhouse & Dodd, 47 Albemarle Street, London  W1S 4JW

See more about the exhibit here, also see her previous work in ragazine.cc and at her website.

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Stephanie Golisch/CNF

Blue Eyes slinkily stares me down like he’s caught me shoplifting and he’s going to let me walk out of his store with whatever I want. His impish grin is like callused hands tickling my neck. I immediately tell myself I’m imagining things. I’m the sweatiest, smelliest and most disheveled I’ve ever been in my life…

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Art Kane / Photographer

Art Kane (1925 – 1995) was one of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century. A bold visionary, Kane’s work encompassed fashion, editorial, celebrity portraiture, travel, and nudes with a relentless and innovative eye.

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Jeannine Hall Gailey/Poetry

 —————————- 5 Poems by Jeannine Hall Gailey   Oak Ridge is a Mystery It cannot be penetrated because of the dark leaves of the oaks and maples, standing so close you can hear them whisper, “Keep out.” The... read more

Fiction/Kristen Clanton

Before she was found beneath the interstate, her face half-missing, her body stripped clean, except for the fingers with their golden rings, Destiny’s mother stayed busy. It was in the audience of men…

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On Location/France

The photographs do more than writing may ever say or show. They filter the core of the female secret, her native shade of which the human being never gets tired and may never understand.

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Felix Kubin/Music

    In October 2014 Finders Keepers Records released a compilation of music from the home recording scene of the early 1980s in Germany. This important collection documents the mood of those times, as well as representing the primeval ooze out of which the... read more

Photo Editor’s Choice / March-April 2015

©2014 Mark Richards Breadline Cafe, Duncannon Street, London vvv vvv Capturing Darkness and Light vvv The inspiration for this series of photographs came from the famous painting ‘Nighthawks’ by Edward Hopper, which is a masterful work capturing the interaction... read more

Lyn Lifshin/Poetry

   LIPS   Yours, honey, were so perfect, a little rosebud mouth, not those puffed up blubbery things, my mother says when I pointed out the models’ collagen petals. “Roses,” my mother always says, “That’s what yours were, a nice tiny nose. That’s from... read more

Rosy Lamb/Art-Interview

JP: What distinguishes you from other artists?

RL: The only time I ask myself this question is when I am worried about the rent. When I am fully lost in my work I go in the direction of my struggle and my pleasure without reference to others or a clear idea of what I am doing or why.

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Eric Ross/Music Review

To be honest, I felt a bit intimidated to approach reviewing an album that by all accounts is an important work. I know very little about the Theremin, beyond that it was invented in 1920 and used in songs like the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” and the beautiful and haunting theme for the 1960s’ series “Dark Shadows,” composed by Robert Colbert. The album has received rave reviews from the New York Times and other world class publications. The only thing I can offer are my personal experiences and perceptions listening to the music, to tell why the music was interesting to me…

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Art Therapy & Drawing From the Past

José María Sicilia, Spanish artist, and most recent visitor to the Lennox Hill Neighborhood House artist program, stood contemplatively in the room where he was set to address the residents, family members, and staff. Painter of seductive surfaces, swirling and breathless, Sicilia’s work is beautifully executed and lends itself to the performative: a trait influenced by Ab Ex and time spent with John Cage.

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Galanty’s ReTweets

Dick Cheney protecting your freedoms. |“You are the father!” – Povich |We’re a nation of law… yers. |Colleges offer video game scholarships. |My Congressman’s name is… ummm. |Segregation is no longer intentional. |Our 51st state is McDonald’s. |Top one percent own us…

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Cuba, Moving Forward/Politics

There’s been a good deal of discussion surrounding the developments in Cuban and U.S. relations. Of course whatever happens in terms of the openness between our two countries can only be a good thing. It’s about time that…

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Night in Bishkek / William T. Hathaway

He looked out over the sprawling Central Asian capital and the Kyrgyz Air Force base across the street. At the corner a metal gate had been blown open. It had been part of a walled perimeter, had blocked a road leading into the base. Next to the guard house lay a soldier, chest dark with blood, a stubby rifle strapped across it. Two trucks—a pickup and a semi—were driving over the runway. A machine gun was sandbagged atop the cab of the pickup, and the men behind it wore ski masks and long robes in the eighty-degree heat. He moved toward the door. To defend her, he had to get the rifle…

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