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RUNNING WILD

Running Wild is as of 9-17-18 a new column/blog designed to let you know who's doing (variously) what, when and where... leaving the "Why?" for you to figure out.... if it matters.     Posted  9/17/18          ...

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The Future of Art/Jane Kallir

Modernism is inseparable from the rise of the Western middle class. In nineteenth-century Europe, the bourgeoisie created a vast new market for art, previously a luxury enjoyed mainly by aristocrats. Cities, especially, became cultural hubs replete with museums, galleries, concert halls, theaters and publishing houses. The direct patronage that had characterized the aristocratic age was replaced by a wider distribution system that depended on intermediaries to connect artists with consumers.

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NoWall@All

NEO-LATINO#NOWALL@ALL       Neo-Latino Artists exhibit at ArtSpace 88 Gallery   by  José Rodeiro n the eve of National Hispanic Heritage month, celebrating US-Latino culture and ethnicity, Art Space 88...

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Tom Zatar Kay/Holy Shit: A 3-hour Poem

ZATARS-COMPUTER-VOICE-3-AND-A-HALF-HOUR-POEM "Holy Shit" Metaphysical Poetry Readings prose monologues euphony BOOMING onomatopoeia Computer Oral Art. Excerpted from the book "Holy Shit" By Tom ZataR Kay. "Human Robot Poetry" When my words are spoken by a computer...

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William Wolak/New Work

  Take a walk with us through the psycho-sexual forest in William Wolak's World of Collage   I make collages out of all kinds of materials.  Most are made out of paper engravings. Many collages are digitally generated or enhanced.  To begin a piece, I select some...

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On Location/France

  Jan Fabre : jardins des délices er rebuffades   Jan Favre, « Folklore Sexuel Belge » et « Mer du Nord Sexuelle Belge » Galerie Templon, Grenier Saint Lazare Paris, France du 17 mai au 21 juillet 2018 Jan Fabre a est un artiste iconoclaste d’exception. Il a gardé de...

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Stephen Poleskie/Then and Now

    Leaving Moscow?   By Stephen Poleskie  Contributing Columnist   “Just fill out this form and you can go. . . .” Jenya said, sliding a paper in front of me. “But it’s in Russian, I can’t read Russia,” I replied. “We know you can read it,” Jenya answered, giving me...

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Steve Poleskie/Then and Now

I took the drawing off the wall and laid it on the floor. I could stand there looking down at the huge work and get an idea of what I wanted to do, but had to bend over and get on my knees to draw on it or paste the collage pieces onto the surface. I tried this for a time, until my back began to hurt. I had cracked my spine in a motorcycle racing accident many years ago and it still bothered me. It’s hard to be creative when one is in pain. I stopped work on the collage and considered abandoning the project. Then I got an idea—the conference room upstairs.

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