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apparently there is a triumph of painting and it has three parts.

i prefer the painting of triumph parts

- bill 1-30-2005 4:37 pm [link] [1 comment]

arcangel @ SI

- bill 1-26-2005 8:27 pm [link] [add a comment]

Debbie Wye's enthusiasm for prints is untainted and contagious. It is nice to see her get some recognition for an often unsung department/medium.
- selma 1-07-2005 6:59 pm [link] [add a comment]

Steven Parrino

- steve 1-04-2005 5:55 am [link] [1 comment]

Pamela M. Lee on Robert Smithson in the new (Dec/Jan) Bookforum:

In its rigor and heft, its scope and illustrations, the new Robert Smithson exhibition catalogue is as compelling as a codex. Published on the occasion of a major traveling retrospective originating at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MoCA), itconveys the gravity of its subject through an encyclopedic array of entries: an exacting survey of Smithson's career by the exhibition's curator, Eugenie Tsai; a scholarly essay by an internationally esteemed art historian (Thomas Crow); an unpublished interview (conducted by Moira Roth) rescued from the dustbin of history; and shorter, more specific takes on diverse aspects of Smithson's practice—the logic of salt in his work; his enantiomorphic chambers; his architectural ambitions; his formative impact on contemporary art. These texts make an unequivocal case for the singularity of Smithson's contribution, detailing a much more complex picture of the artist than that of the cowboy architect behind Spiral Jetty.

- jim 12-10-2004 7:54 pm [link] [1 comment]

v zars @ smr

- bill 12-01-2004 11:07 pm [link] [1 comment]