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Waka-Cola: A Tanka Guide to Pop Art By R. W. Watkins
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Begun two decades ago as a tanka sequence dedicated to Roy Lichtenstein, R. W. Watkins’s Waka-Cola is the long-awaited fourth title in the Poetical Perspectives series from Nocturnal Iris.... More > Throughout the volume, Watkins pays tribute to most of the major American masters of 1950s and ’60s pop art and neo-dada, utilising the Japanese tanka—or waka—form of poetry to emulate their styles and concepts. Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, George Segal and Ray Johnson are celebrated ever so imaginatively by Watkins, all the while adhering to the traditional 5-7-5-7-7 syllabic structure. The result is a short collection that both demonstrates the poet’s ability to transcend the perceived limits of the waka form, and serves as a poetic reflexion of the mid 20th century New York art scene. Highly visual in their application and pop-cultural in their subject matter, these poems foreshadow similar projects forthcoming in the PP series; so watch this space....< Less
Crazy Stories: Part 2 By Jozef Bloks
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English version! 24 Pages reading pleasure. In this book you will find six short stories in which the author “the artist Jozef Bloks” is experiencing all sorts of fictional adventures.... More > From 2000 until the end of 2011 he lived together with his wife Caroline de Roy van Zuydewijn in Antwerp (Belgium). She is a designer of hats and is owner of a Hats salon. They both are of Dutch descent. So some stories happen in the Hats salon, in the City of Antwerp, and of course in the studio of the artist. Ther are also stories about Annabelle, a character which is perhaps 35 years old, but by her mental handicap, she looks 12. It’s a lovely person and she and the author have lots of fun. Jozef Bloks is a writer who often just starts writing and then the story comes out by itself. Characters and situations come out spontaneously... he creates a digital fireworks, a girl that kisses like applesauce, a cow that gives wine, Betty Talk, a barking Toucan, a performance with a horse that pees…< Less
Valerie Solanas At Matteawan: A One - Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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A one-act play about the woman who shot Andy Warhol. Two pioneering activists in the budding Women's Liberation Movement visit Valerie Solanas at the Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminally... More > Insane. It has only been two months since she shot Andy Warhol. They are on a mission to recruit her as a spokeswoman for their movement. Valerie has other things on her mind...< Less
Valerie Solanas At Matteawan: A One - Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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A one-act play about the woman who shot Andy Warhol. Two pioneering activists in the budding Women's Liberation Movement visit Valerie Solanas at the Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminally... More > Insane. It has only been two months since she shot Andy Warhol. They are on a mission to recruit her as a spokeswoman for their movement. Valerie has other things on her mind...< Less
Valerie Solanas At Matteawan By Carolyn Gage
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A riveting one-act about the woman who shot Andy Warhol. Two pioneering activists in the budding Women's Liberation Movement visit Valerie Solanas at the Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminally... More > Insane. It has only been two months since she shot Andy Warhol. They are on a mission to recruit her as a spokeswoman for their movement. Valerie has other things on her mind...< Less
The true Countenance of Johann Sebastian Bach. From the Visible to the Actual By Markus von Hänsel-Hohenhausen
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The University of Dundee has produced a reconstruction of Bach’s face using forensic techniques. This essay compares the reconstruction with the authentic portrait of Bach painted in 1746, and... More > considers the value of both likenesses. Markus Hänsel-Hohenhausen not only arrives at an unequivocal conclusion, he also raises fundamental questions relating to image theory, considering the power of the image, that is, the objectivity that arises from a dual subjectivity, the rendering of real ‘presence’ by means of technically accurate representation, and the physicality (and noticeable absence of spirit) that results from the application of technical methods alone, e.g. in the case of Andy Warhol’s work. Beginning with reflections on the royal portrait, Christian ritual and Jesus Christ’s crown of thorns, the essay goes on to deliver a clear statement about the significance of both portraits of Bach,at the same time offering therein an answer to the question: does a person really have a true countenance?< Less
Words and Guitar: A History of Lou Reed's Music By Bill Brown
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A thorough, detailed and critical evaluation of virtually all of the music Lou Reed made between 1964 and 2011. Includes discussions of bootlegs and unreleased material as well as official releases... More > and movie soundtracks. "Runner-Up," New York Book Festival 2014. Second, expanded edition.< Less
The Trouble With Familiar By Heather Reavis
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In the face of nuclear oblivion one family turns to robots to secure their future. A retired gangster known as The Disco King mulls over his past sins knowing there is a price on his head. Death... More > drives an Impala. Aliens are invading France. A pirate cares for the universe. In the book The Trouble With Familiar, author Heather Reavis explores the workings of the human race. One moment praising the species, the next pointing out disappointing flaws, she provides the reader with the question- "What Would You Do?"- only to leave us scrambling for the answer.< Less
The Trouble With Familiar By Heather Reavis
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In the face of nuclear oblivion one family turns to robots to secure their future. A retired gangster known as The Disco King mulls over his past sins knowing there is a price on his head. Death... More > drives an Impala. Aliens are invading France. A pirate cares for the universe. In the book The Trouble With Familiar, author Heather Reavis explores the workings of the human race. One moment praising the species, the next pointing out disappointing flaws, she provides the reader with the question- "What Would You Do?"- only to leave us scrambling for the answer.< Less
TOURING THE SHARZAY GALLERY By TheArtist Sharzay
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This book is a collection of some of the pieces that would have been in the Sharzay Online Gallery as of August 2013.

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