A CARAFE, THAT IS A BLIND GLASS
Steiny is using Billy Collins’ poetic form, the paradelle, to deconstruct “A carafe, that is a blind glass.”. Steiny’s rationale for doing this is to slow down the reading of Stein’s poem.
Karren LaLonde Alenier
MONTHIAN YANGTHONGมณเฑียร ยางทอง
A New Method for Making Woodcuts
Janine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
OLD FART VILLAGE
A Meeting ofThe Germaphobe Club
GODDESS IN EXILE continued
“I didn’t want to pull a scroll out of my vagina and read it in public, but the culture’s terror of my making overt what it wished to suppress fueled the image. It was essential to demonstrate this lived action about “vulvic space” against the abstraction of the female body and its loss of meaning.”
STILL “MR. MODERN ART” AT 100
In the field of modern art, Peter Selz seems to have known everyone and been everywhere interesting things were happening. His career has been so singular that it defies attempts to efficiently summarize it.
Lissa Tyler Renaud
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