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MR. SMITH, THE SYBARITE Who Also Was A Teacher By Warren Allen Smith
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At the age of 92, the author has listed the high points of his life. His career includes being an Adjutant General's chief clerk 1944 to 1945 in Supreme Headquarters, Reims, France; a 1969 veteran of... More > the Stonewall uprising; being an author (9 books); a journalist (local and international); a founder of Philosopedia, the free online research engine; a long-time correspondent with the Premier of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Bertrand Russell, and Sir Arthur C Clarke; one who met educator John Dewey, Andy Warhol, Ultra Violet, Marvin Hamlisch, Paddy Chayevsky, Arthur Miller, and major Broadway producers; and whose paramours included 3-time Tony nominee Gilbert Price and co-founder Fernando Vargas of Variety Recording Studio.< Less
YouTube Wives Or Stepping Stones By Obediah Michael Smith
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YouTube Wives Or Stepping Stones is, before everything, first and foremost, a literary act. Keats’ urns and Rilke’s torsos, Bishop’s fish and Mussorgsky’s pictures at an... More > exhibition, this is the company that Smith is writing to keep as hedoggedly pursues his models. In the concrete this litany of wives appears as a series of tawdry fetishes predestined to fail–dancing girls for Degas, barmaids for Manet, pubescence for Balthus, this Korean for Orientalism, those women for Woman, these artists for ART. These poems and pieces, confessions and letters and descriptions, are essays toward bringing art to life. Smith screens them all, flexing his desire toward the idea of their beauty, even as he is frustrated by their overwhelming distance and his underwhelming isolation. Smith is a Kemp Road Warhol. And so these poems are markers of a journey, in pursuance of an absolute level, a true altitude. This is a Baudelarian night-walk for beauty. Who are these wives? Where do these stepping stones lead?< Less
Deep Lab By Deep Lab
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This book was created in five days by a dozen women. Written in a "book sprint", it represents the capstone to Deep Lab, a residency hosted by the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry... More > at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in collaboration with CMU’s CyLab Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory, with support from The Andy Warhol Foundation. The Deep Lab was a congress of cyberfeminist researchers, organized by Addie Wagenknecht to examine how the themes of privacy, security, surveillance, anonymity, and large-scale data aggregation are problematized in the arts, culture and society. During the second week of December 2014, the Deep Lab participants—a group of internationally acclaimed new-media artists, information designers, data scientists, software engineers, hackers, writers, journalists and theoreticians—gathered at the STUDIO to engage in critical assessments of contemporary digital culture. The outcomes of this effort include the visualizations, software, reflections and manifestos compiled here.< Less
Something Interesting to Read By Chris Hall
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Volume One of The Complete Works of Chris Ernest Hall collects his early short stories, as well as his un-produced 1991 screenplay, Therapy. From a homeless woman with more than just a physical... More > resemblance to Andy Warhol, to a pair of starving film-makers in Stalinist Russia, to a married couple unsure if they should open and set up their newly purchased television, the characters in the short stories of Chris Ernest Hall struggle with abstract forces in overly literal ways, spawning moments of jewel-like authenticity amidst the cosmic absurdity. In Therapy, Herbert and Lois's seemingly stable world is rocked when they begin a marital counseling program that has them produce a television show starring them. At the same time, their creative and ambitious son, Andrew, sees an opportunity to create his own cinematic masterpiece by helping them—one that ends up being shown on community access TV. Soon, unwanted fame and notoriety threaten to tear their family apart. < Less
WILDLINES By Ytaelena Lopez
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I love to push the boundaries of the perception of our own bodies and their influence in our social relations and our own emotions and fears. In my WILDLINES series I interact with my subjects to... More > make an imaginary topography of the person I see (kinda of soul cartography), using Kandinsky’s theories in "Point and Line to Plane" and a very physical, albeit elaborate drawing. For example, the Warhol ("My favorite Rogue") is mostly straight lines in angles, full of drama. It’s my way to narrate a subject full of contradictions, sometimes deep in relation to his context, sometimes shallow in his own intimacy. "The Kiss" is round forms in warm colors, that escalate their hues and curves in the place when passion reaches its peak. The image of David Bowie ("My childhood hero"), sexy and severe, done in a in a intricate triangular-line labyrinth, brings back memories of the singer as a villain dressed in tight leotard, as the king trying to subvert the basement of popular culture.< Less
The Producer BDB: Birth of A Global Empire By Erika Hirugami
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The Producer BDB | Bryan Avila Is an emergent contemporary artist born in California and raised globally; primarily known for his depictions of pop-culture icons though street art. His renderings... More > include Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso amongst many other contemporary culture producers to the extend of Karl Lagerfeld or Anna Wintour. His unique articulations amalgamate street culture with pop, fashion and a heavy doze of fine art. The Producer BDB’s creations can be spotted around the globe in such cities as Paris in France, Madrid in Spain, Rio De Janerio in Brazil, Miami in the United States, Berlin in Germany and all over Los Angeles in California (even Delta’s Sky Lounge at LAX). His artwork can currently be purchased through Bruce Lurie Gallery in Los Angeles CA., Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills CA or Maui Wailea, HI and Rosenbaum Contemporary in Boca Raton FL along with every other major art fair in the United States.< Less
Under the Influence By Cecil Touchon
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Exhibition Catalog - Artists were asked to make a work in honor of one of the artists that they consider as influential on their own development and to make an additional work in their own typical... More > way of working. This international exhibition has participating artists from, Denmark, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland and the USA. ARTISTS INCLUDE: Gary A. Bibb, Joan Schulze, Robert Tucker, Anthony Cricchio, Katie Gutierrez, Dilar Pereira, Ellen Filreis, Catherine Molland, Berni Stephanus, Marianne Lettieri, Claudia Drake, Cecil Touchon, Reid Wood, Maria Spissu Nilson, Lis Gundlach-Sell, Nazimova Boheme, Susan Gertz, Keith Buchholz. ARTIST HOMAGES: Andy Warhol, Joseph Stella, Robert Rauschenberg, Hanalore Barron, Paul Klee, Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline, Rex Ray, John Cage, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, Gustave Klimt, Georgia O'Keefe, Marcel Duchamp, Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Kurt Schwitters, Hans Arp, Auguste Rodin and Johannes Baargeld.< Less
My Copious Years 1998 By Bill H. Ritchie
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His purchase of a personal digital assistant (PDA) ignited Bill Ritchie’s ten-year project of keying-in the minutes of his thoughts and actions on the teeny, tiny keys of the device shown... More > below. He took the lead of Andy Warhol, who tape-recorded everything in his life for a time reasoning: “This way I never have a bad day—only a bad tape.” This is the ninth volume to come out of this 9-year experiment. Bill began this one on January 1, 1998, a continuance of nine years after he bought a Casio Business Organizer Scheduling System, or B.O.S.S. in 1989. He uses his age at the time for volume numbers. The word copious is uncommon. For My Copious Years, Bill decided that, since the root meaning (found in one of his favorite books by Robert Grudin, On Dialog) Copia, in Latin, means abundance, as in an abundance of resources and power. My Copious Years means Bill’s rich years in minute detail.< Less
The World's Best in Fine Art...Nothing less By Asbjorn Lonvig
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Some years ago a French Art Magazine predicted that the art market would revolutionize due to the internet. On the spot I started using computer and internet in any context possible. During the first... More > years I was sincerely mocked by art people from all over the world. Time passed by. I was granted Art Awards in London, in Rome and in Montreal. Critics compared my work to Mondrian, Miró, Kandinsky, and Warhol. A French author even compared my art to the composer Johann Sebastian Bach's music. Digital art now was kind of trendy. This book is about 10 Dogmas to pursue the ultimate goal "The World's Best in Fine Art...Nothing Less". In the past I never have had a print without color conversion. Decades of frustration. However. Follow my 10 Dogmas and you will get a divined result. 100 % precise color match, sharp edges, a paper, color and aftercare combination, that gives you unprecedented 200 - 400 years of laboratory guaranteed sustainability. Ya-Bi-Da-Bi-Doooooo.< Less
Post Internet By Gene McHugh
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Post Internet was a blog developed between December 2009 and September 2010 by the New York based art critic Gene McHugh, thanks to a grant of the Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts... More > Writers Grant Program. For almost a year, Gene McHugh kept filling this folder with his personal notes. Writing and posting became a daily, regular activity, that sometimes produced many posts a day, sometimes longer texts posted at a slower pace. However, Post Internet is not just a piece of beautiful criticism - it's also, in itself, a piece of Post Internet art in the shape of an art criticism blog - “criticism as performance” (Domenico Quaranta). Post Internet went offline somewhere at the end of 2015. In 2019, Rhizome restored the blog and made it available online again through the Net Art Anthology. The 1st edition of this book was used in the restoration process, that Link Editions is celebrating with this 2nd edition. Gene McHugh is a writer based in Los Angeles.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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