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Truly Tacky 9-11 Homages

September 14, 2010
Truly Tacky 9-11 Homages

This weekend marked the solemn 9 year anniversary of the 9-11 attacks on the United States.  I didn’t write a post, because quite frankly, how do you address the issue?  Anything I would have written would be completely inadequate.  That day was truly awful, and I will never forget it. I was left quite...
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Eye Candy: Jeremy Geddes

August 18, 2010
Eye Candy: Jeremy Geddes

A few months back I had fallen into a familiar trap – I had committed to exhibiting some of my artwork in a group show and I had waited until the very last possible second to begin making new pieces for the show.  My deadline was looming overhead like the Sword of Damocles and I...
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First Friday w/ Allison Carenza

August 4, 2010
First Friday w/ Allison Carenza

Fact: I’d never heard of “First Friday’s” prior to last Friday.  I just felt we should get that out of the way. Folks, if you live in/near the Kansas City area and aren’t sure what you’d like to do this Friday (8/6/2010)*, may I offer as a suggestion attending “An Evening of Art”, from...
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Work of Art: Special

June 21, 2010

Well lovelies, no “Work of Art” recap for three weeks because I’m in New York City, squatting in an actual working, struggling artist’s apartment in deep, near-ghetto Brooklyn, meaning no cable, no Bravo, and until Hulu uploads more episodes, no “Work of Art.” Instead, I’m exhausting my kiddoes dragging them to art museums and...
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Voodoo Dating: Swing Low & Aim High

June 11, 2010
Voodoo Dating: Swing Low & Aim High

Previously, on Voodoo Dating: Sara photographed an erotic art show/body painting session over to Club Sesso. Read: Ron Jeremy’s cornucopia of card-carrying couples & swingers. It was classic. The body painting was top notch, the models were undeniably lovely, and Yasmin (our gracious hostess) was more than accommodating in her exquisite black heels. While...
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Eye Candy: The Glamourai

May 21, 2010
Eye Candy: The Glamourai

I have to hand it to Lucky magazine for introducing me to Kelly Framel’s addictive, wonderful blog – The Glamourai.com.  Upon first sight, my pants were charmed off – and then I immediately wished that I was wearing more attractive pants.  Or a kicky dress.  I have spent an astonishing amount of time coveting the pretties on her site and...
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Poem: ‘City of Doom’

May 5, 2010

By Kevin Hiatt I met a gypsy woman by a lonely road, on a pilgrimage to the temple of souls. She showed me her wares, prophesied from the runes then she bade me to stay thru the afternoon. Long about dusk her eyes turned to red, as her holy chant beseeched the dead. I...
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William Kentridge: Five Themes

April 27, 2010
William Kentridge: Five Themes

South African artist William Kentridge is best known for his animated films, he currently has a large-scale exhibition which features several of his films – as well as many of the drawings created to make them – at the MoMA.  For those of you unfamiliar with his work, please allow me the singular honor of this introduction:  Mr....
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Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present

April 21, 2010
Marina Abramović: The Artist Is Present

I should preface this review with an admission:  performance art usually gives me the jeebs pretty bad.  Like many art forms, it has a tendency to be pretentious and unintentionally humorous.  Unlike other art forms, the performance often mandates the presence (and occasional participation) of the audience – which is where things tend to get uncomfortable...
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