Painting with James Hyde and a Weekend at Mount Tremper Arts
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 07-22-11
Why painting?  Or, what is it exactly about the act of lathering, or perhaps even feathering or spilling, paint upon a surface that has intrigued artists, critics, thinkers, and aesthetes alike for thousands of years?  And whatever that origin may be, does it grip us in the same way today, ...more

An Interesting Critique of John Cage
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-21-11
"Music is sound. Some sounds may be music. Silence is the medium in which sounds and music are expressed. Spare me the next crackpot offering of themes and variations on silence. The deaf have ways of understanding sound and appreciating music. Tell me how you would convey the artisitic mer ...more

With A Lunatic Gesture We Forsook Jujistsu (Automatism A)
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-20-11
With a lunatic gesture we forsook jujitsu. Etwas unterscheiden zwischen werden Erde gesehen. The politics of underwriting that I have reclaimed, forsooth my shakespearean liege, a league embedded in the first strategy when I set out for champions, however it may have otherwise seemed. When the nativ ...more

Secrets of 20th Century Music
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 07-19-11
  "One of the things that people don't realize about Dad's kind of music is, when you replace a C-sharp with a gunshot, it has to be a C-sharp gunshot or it sounds awful." Spike Jonze Jr., as quoted by Thomas Pynchon ...more

And The Nominees for Le Prix Marcel Duchamp 2011 Are...
By Lucy Li
posted: 07-18-11
Each year, one French artist is awarded the prestigious Prix Marcel Duchamp. It does not garner quite the media buzz as the Turner Prize does, but the nominees do get a chance to exhibit in the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art of Lille for two months, and the winner will have his or her own exhibi ...more

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