Tag Archives: Al Jirikowic

Volume 32 no 4 March / April 2018

Dreams Denied,Defied and now Defined – striving for fame by European editor Daniel Nanavati Interview with Jo Clarke about curating in St Ives in the past 20 years, with Derek Guthrie Sol LeWitt Demystified by Toronto editor Miklos Legrady Jane Addams Allen on Georgia O’Keeffe in 1986 Carol Levin’s Battleground Horse by Carol M Dupré Plagiarism in the world of …

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Michael Ryan at Marx Cafe

Michael Ryan’s photos are almost too private to be seen. However, luckily for us, they were in a recent exhibition of his work in Marx Tavern in Mount Pleasant in Washington D.C. Ryan’s work is very inside himself, in a dark room. He makes photos rather than shooting them. It is almost as each picture is carved, a mono print …

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Volume 32 no.2 November/December 2017

In This Issue: SPEAKEASY by BERT BISCOE, talks about the relationship between critics and artists. DANIEL NANAVATI, the UK Editor, takes a look at Dwight MacDonald’s seminal essay from 1962, in Against the American Grain, on Masscult and Midcult. J’Accuse Falmouth University We reprint TIM SHAW’S explosive letter of November 2016. The Shocking truth FREA LOCKLEY, our new Cornwall editor and …

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Markus Lüpertz: Threads of History

The arrival of Markus Lupertz to Washington D.C. was a watershed moment for the artists of Washington D.C. but, alas, another visit to the Road Show D.C. came and went, in passive silence. Although two of Washington’s most noted museums featured their main stages for such a World renown figure in European art,[ a feat in itself] hardly a word scrambled …

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Rosemary Feit Covey

Rosemary Feit Covey’s graphic, linear,prints on show at the Morton Fine Art are a confrontation with her demons and anxieties, very finely tuned, One cut begets the next in a hopeful trance. As she is working, she challenges herself to go on trusting the dervish, knowing full well her cutting tool may slip and her work be ruined. Her images …

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Death Expected

To decipher Paula Ballo Dailey one must immediately understand she was terminally ill. From her diagnosis of cancer until her death in 2016, a mere two months passed. She had started on some of her work and consequently finished it within that time frame with great help from caretaker and artist husband, Brian. Paula had accumulated a great deal of …

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Speakeasy

To think that Washington D.C. is a major progenitor of the visual arts would be an incorrect assumption. Of course we are an art center and an international confluence of art passing into America from a global context – yes, given our embassies and museums and galleries and schools and of course, the Federal Government – we are important. But …

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