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Catalogue 2007 By Michael Genovese
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Red, White, and Blue By Paula Genovese
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A young school-aged girl feels upset when she is teased about her appearance. A friend helps her make a personal discovery about herself.
The Drifter By Gregory Genovese
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Free writieng poetry, from my notebooks.
The Drifter By Gregory Genovese
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Free writieng poetry, from my notebooks.
An Angel in the Street By Peter Genovese
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The hardback edition. A hard-boiled novel about a Baltimore bartender pushed to the brink, and the woman who pushes him.
Liquid Dreams By Richard Misiano-Genovese
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Excursions into the unconscious mind, seeking new paths, new revelations, the marvelous! A series of collages herewith rising to the occasion to open the doors to the unexpected…
Excavations By Richard Misiano-Genovese
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Excavations are collages made using a method developed in 1985 by Richard Misiano-Genovese, in which pictures or images are glued together in layers, and then a layer or layers are ripped in places,... More > revealing the underlying image. "One may at first think that Misiano-Genovese invites us to the questionable pleasures of vandalism. But that’s not the case. Or not that much. Because when looking closer, one reaches the evidence that what is violent and destructive in Misiano-Genovese’s art always finally reverses itself in a shimmering of innocence. In the depths of his tearings, how devouring and raging they may be - and are - always the silky shadow of a dawn is passing." P. Petiot< Less
Excavations By Richard Misiano-Genovese
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Excavations are collages made using a method developed in 1985 by Richard Misiano-Genovese, in which pictures or images are glued together in layers, and then a layer or layers are ripped in places,... More > revealing the underlying image. "One may at first think that Misiano-Genovese invites us to the questionable pleasures of vandalism. But that’s not the case. Or not that much. Because when looking closer, one reaches the evidence that what is violent and destructive in Misiano-Genovese’s art always finally reverses itself in a shimmering of innocence. In the depths of his tearings, how devouring and raging they may be - and are - always the silky shadow of a dawn is passing." P. Petiot< Less
Masques 1985 By Richard Misiano-Genovese
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"... Concealment, the function with which we associate their use initially, as we imagine donning a masque, yielding to another when we think of the performance of a theatrical masque, which... More > implicates masks in something that transcend’s their ability to hide in the process of transforming them into agents of revelation. Neither an instrument of concealment nor an explicative one, a Misiano-Genovese masque is an implicative phenomenon. " " ... The masque is an oneiric object. As much, it is the objectification not so much of a dream as of what Sigmund Freud called the dream work. It marks the welling up in conciousness of liberative forces that have succeeded in evading inhibitve censorship of the creative impulse." –– JH Matthews< Less
Masques 1985 By Richard Misiano-Genovese
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"... Concealment, the function with which we associate their use initially, as we imagine donning a masque, yielding to another when we think of the performance of a theatrical masque, which... More > implicates masks in something that transcend’s their ability to hide in the process of transforming them into agents of revelation. Neither an instrument of concealment nor an explicative one, a Misiano-Genovese masque is an implicative phenomenon. " " ... The masque is an oneiric object. As much, it is the objectification not so much of a dream as of what Sigmund Freud called the dream work. It marks the welling up in conciousness of liberative forces that have succeeded in evading inhibitve censorship of the creative impulse." –– JH Matthews< Less