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Comment Archives: stories: A&E: Visual Arts

Re: “Extreme reality

i love german porn it turns me on me and my brother Shane Stacey often indulge in german porn

Posted by chaz on 03/27/2007 at 10:22 AM

Re: “Extreme reality

i sleep with my brother, i eat his faeces too

Posted by chaz on 03/27/2007 at 10:20 AM

Re: “Extreme reality

he looks like a mole!!

Posted by sarah on 03/27/2007 at 10:13 AM

Re: “California dreaming

My earliest memories include smells of oil and turpentine from Uncle Louie's studio. His creations spilled out of the house and through the yards of our adjoining homes at 604 N.Guadalupe. Driftwood, tile, metal, clay -- any medium available was fair game. Sure he had his waves, his eras of inspiration, as well as times of brooding despair and self-doubt. He was inspired by the Southwest, Mexico, Love and Youth. He remained dedicated to his art for the full 35 years that I knew him.

Posted by Trevor Gloor on 03/09/2007 at 7:44 PM

Re: “Play date

"It's a bipolar feeling." Yes, I can relate - reading this article lended itself to a definitely seesaw juxtaposition of moods. It seems that the author held a preconceived notion of what she wanted to see, then scrambled to her thesaurus, frantically thumbing pages to find just the right snarky verbiage with which to play critic. What did she expect from a Cartoon Network exhibit? Face it, oh unenlightened sage, Cartoon Network is a business, and if you knew anything about the corporate art world, you would realize that marketing is at once a necessary evil and a modern outlet for the creative talents of highly trained artists, not simply a circuitous, sell-out route to insurance and a retirement plan.

Posted by LUCY R. on 02/10/2007 at 3:55 PM

Re: “California dreaming

Felicia Feaster is a very irresponsible art critic. She indulges stereotypes and generalizations with little or no astute observations and keen insight. It does not matter whether she likes an exhibition or not, but she has an obligation as a critic to at least really see and consider what she's looking at. This review makes it clear that she was dismissive of the exhibition from the beginning, due no doubt to pre-held, and uninformed, opinions about the field of self-taught art/artists and not the works themselves. She should be held accountable for her ignorance.

Posted by Jeanne Jacobs on 02/02/2007 at 4:04 PM

Re: “American gothic

unusually good and insightful interview! not the usual ho-hum airhead questions... and not the usually arty-smarty psyco-babble "well, I mainly paint within myself..." that most painters say.

Posted by Jessie Collins on 01/26/2007 at 10:05 PM

Re: “A moment in time

The space and the owners are very welcoming (unlike all the others in atlanta) and the current exhibition is incredible. I love David Burdeny's and Marilyn Suriani's work. They are worth a visit.

Posted by Ted on 01/14/2007 at 4:36 PM

Re: “Below the line

Whethere we want to face facts or not poverty in the south is alive and well. Even today I can travel fifteen minutes from my home in the upper income suburbs of Knoxville, TN and and easily find families living in rundown single wide trailers and shacks that barely keep the rain off their heads. In recent months I have made many photographs traveling through appalachia on assignment that look no different than the images I made thirty and forty years ago. I don't deny the influx of wealth but I'm also a realist that poverty is till rampant in appalachia. Don Dudenbostel Out of The South

Posted by Don Dudenbostel on 12/28/2006 at 5:19 PM

Re: “Polynesian rhapsody

But we fixed them.
They're fixed now!
Thanks,
Alejandro (From CL Online)

Posted by Alejandro Leal on 12/14/2006 at 3:29 PM

Re: “Polynesian rhapsody

i think that the pictures you have there have mixed up titles/credits.

Posted by the correcter on 12/14/2006 at 2:46 PM

Re: “Three women

I wonder if Ms. Feaster saw the same show I did or has she ever seen work by any of these artists before. Each did have a few stand out pieces however not because the rest were "half-cocked" because there are always bound to be one or two pieces you will be drawn to more than the rest. I have followed the art of these three woman and can say of at lease C. Dawn Davis and Gwen Wong this body of work is their strongest to date

Posted by Jeff on 12/01/2006 at 3:47 PM

Re: “Stream of consciousness

frickin robotic hippies.. i guess japan won ww2 after all.

Posted by kr4m on 11/14/2006 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Life over death

Posted by joseph bochniak on 11/06/2006 at 4:17 PM

Re: “Life over death

The article was a temptation to fly cross country for the "celebration." Sorry I won't be there for the fireworks. Gloria

Posted by Gloria Marchick on 11/04/2006 at 11:35 PM

Re: “In the face of adversity

I visited Zimbabwe more than 20 times between 1997 to 2003. In every visit I always tried to visit The National Gallery of Zimbabwe and Delta Gallery where I was exposed to the Lovemore Kambudzi's work of art. I managed to collect 2 pieces of Lovemore Kambudzi's work after years of waiting. I treasure them as I fell in love with his work from the very first time I saw his paintings at the Delta Gallery in Harare.

Posted by Dipa S Komala from Indonesia on 10/07/2006 at 3:07 AM

Re: “In the face of adversity

I visited Zimbabwe more than 20 times between 1997 to 2003. In every visit I always try to visit The National Gallery of Zimbabwe and Delta Gallery where I was exposed to the Lovemore Kambudzi's work of art. I managed to collect 2 pieces of Lovemore Kambudzi's work after years of waiting. I treasure them as I fell in love with his work from the very first time I saw his paintings at the Delta Gallery in Harare.

Posted by Dipa S Komala from Indonesia on 10/07/2006 at 3:06 AM

Re: “Playing against type

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Posted by Norma on 09/02/2006 at 6:10 PM

Re: “Thinking globally, acting locally

I've been to see the show twice already - it's definately a must see!

Posted by CC on 07/26/2006 at 9:21 AM

Re: “East Meets West

some mistake, surely? thoughtful review. but didn't the show close sometime last year?

Posted by helena on 06/29/2006 at 12:56 PM

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