Of Rhetoric and Modern Art
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 08-11-11
The onset of modernity, underpinned by the bourgeois revolution, saw art develop into a marketplace commodity sought by many. The critic's pen emerged partly as a substitute for the suspect taste of the buying public. The magazine n+1 recently printed an essay entitled "Against Reviews" ex ...more

The Art of Substitution
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 08-10-11
"A long freeze seems to paralyze the diners, substituting for the usual ice-cream which as it happens is bad for stomachs which have become so heated in the acrobatic juggling of happiness, alarming mushrooms and dynamic partridges..." -The Futurist Cookbook ("Gelato," or i ...more

Quotable Avant-Gardes: The Appetite and the Dish.
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 08-09-11
"I am against all morals, against discipline. To be a painter, it is necessary to have guts [foi, liver], the sacred fire. Just like eating: first comes the appetite, then the choice of the dish." -George Braque ...more

Capricorn Bicycles Unrolls the Duchamp
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 08-08-11
Capricorn, a purveyor of steel bikes handcrafted by Minneapolis's Brad Wilson, now makes Duchamp and Selavy models intended to capture, natural, elegant Euro-style: "bikes on which you would never think to wear lycra." (Whether the designers at Capricorn are appraised of some of the truly ...more

A Comparative Analysis of Duchamp and Dr. Dre.
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 08-07-11
"Neither Dre nor DuChamp were happy in their circles, however, so they formed new ones. Dre left Death Row and formed Aftermath, while DuChamp formed the Societe Anonyme. These would be the organizations the dudes would stick wit’. DuChamp continued exploring the relationship between the ...more

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