Monday, January 16, 2012

Bontecou at FreedmanArt, Cesarco Apes Broodthaers, Mekas, etc. [Collected]


Installation view of Lee Bontecou, "Recent Work: Sculpture and Drawing," at FreedmanArt, New York, through Feb. 11, 2012. Photos: 16 Miles [more]
  • Arthur C. Danto quoting Donald Judd on Lee Bontecou, in an article headlined "A Tribe Called Quest": "The image extends from something as social as war to something as private as sex, making one an aspect of the other." [The Nation]
  • "Nothing out of the ordinary, / from one day to the next." An poem from the early 1970s by Jonas Mekas. [Art Blog Art Blog]
  • Martha Rosler talks about the movies. Her all-time favorites: Alphaville and Kiss Me Deadly. [Cynephile]
  • Robert Morris sentence-diagram drawings for Merce Cunningham. [Eponanonymous]
  • "Bob made it, but Jasper made it art." Edward Meneeley on Rauschenberg's Erased de Kooning Drawing (1953, maybe). [Greg.org]
  • "What about your cell phone? Do you leave it on when you work? Do you like getting calls or texts in the studio?" Nick Lemmin interviews Grayson Revoir. [Lemminsonline via West Street Gallery]
  • "It seems silly to feel sorry for successful artists, or for rich people in general, but in the end, there is no attitude to strike that can beat the house." — Katy Siegel on Damien Hirst. [Artforum.com]
  • "American dream." [PANI]

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