ASRL / PERPETUAL 2014
 
Bill Berkson Dreams
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 06-02-11
Stereotypes, whether true or false, would like to have us believe that poets, perhaps above all others, record their dreams for beauty, self-indulgence, or posterity.  However, the poets interested in the dream and the logic of the subconscious today, are perhaps not the same poets that inherit ...more

On Pharmaceutical Conceptualism
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 05-30-11
To my nearly-non-existent collection of avant-garde and contemporary art has been added a small conceptualist gem: a single translucent red pill inside a plastic bag labeled: Speak, write and read perfect German "inmiatly" (sic). It's by the excellent painter and documentary photo- and vid ...more

Weston's Aesthetic Vision Poses Alternate Modernist Path
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 05-29-11
"The only works of art America has given are her plumbing and her bridges," (probably) wrote Beatrice Wood, an American modern artist and lover of Duchamp, defending the signed urinal he had submitted to the Salon des Independants in 1917. The legacy of the urinal is often underst ...more

The Importance of Drinking and Smashing Innumerable Bottles on a Giant Pile of Beer, until It's Gone that Is
By Eli Epstein-Deutsch
posted: 05-26-11
It's not an out and out characteristic, or quite a trend, but in the German capital they do seem to love heaps. Perhaps it's because the 350-mile-city itself is so devlishly flat. One of the tallest mountains around is Teufelberg or "Satan's Hill," the tremendous aggregation of warti ...more

De la Mora and the Fragile Object
By Maria Goldverg
posted: 05-23-11
40 year old Mexican artist, Gabriel de la Mora, has shocked, humored, and helmed the Central American conceptual art scene for a number of years now. His pieces are composed from an astonishing amount of different media and materials ranging from 'drawings' composed from human hair stra ...more

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