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Post #755 • March 17, 2006, 6:55 AM • 46 Comments
For the NYT, Joseph Berger covers the post-Katrina art world in New Orleans. Miamians, this could be you one day.
Math is beautiful. (Reddit)
I'll show you a vendetta, buddy: comics genius Alan Moore and the legacy of the ruptured blood vessel.
Ofili? Serrano? South Park? Danish cartoons? How do you know when you've blasphemed? Rob Corddry explains.
"My father knew that bulls have two testicles, in addition to something very masculine." Maya Widmaier-Picasso, disattributing a questionable work. Who would have suspected that a Picasso on sale at Costco might not be legitimate?
Oh, they steer back easily enough.
Jack Handey: Ideas for paintings. (E_W)
I'm going down to MAM today to see Vik Muniz. Good thing I caught this first. (AJ)
The manufacturer of the best acrylic paints in the world, Mark Golden, has a blog. Guess what - he's not totally happy with the CAA too.
Department of Skills (formerly known as the Do You Make Art As Well As feature): great power awaits the Jedi who embraces his geekiness (Reddit). Restore your coolness with the very book.
Openings this weekend at Locust, Snitzer (website dead as of this posting), probably elsewhere.