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The Disruption of Beauty

“There is a time to break down, and a time to build up.”  Ecclesiastes, man of the ages, is also man of the hour.  When Francis Picabia painted this picture, he gave it an absurd name – Estanonisi – but … Continue reading

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AUTUMN HOLY BIRD

In Tony Fitzpatrick’s visual collage-poem, fall is a tumble into exuberance. Like in a circus, like memory, you want to look everywhere, do everything. There are too many things to taste, to hear, to savor.  All sensations vie for your … Continue reading

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Found Objects

  I have never been so moved by a sink as I was with Robert Gober’s recreations of sinks. I was already in an ecstatic mood on the train. I was watching everything as if seeing my life pass before … Continue reading

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