Posts Tagged ‘Lasse Antonsen’

Ed Ruscha

Friday, September 8th, 1989

From the window of the studio ED RUSCHA had in the 1960’s, he could see a sign reading HOLLYWOOD. The big white letters are as flat an fake as an old, abandoned movie set, crumpled and peeling, with some of the letters falling down. But Ruscha’s many images of that sign make it a real sign, luminous and charged with light.

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John Udvardy

Monday, November 2nd, 1987

Sculptor JOHN UDVARDY sees the aesthetic possibilities in an old whittled paddle or a forked birch branch, and he knows how to make a curve from a green sapling. But most of all, he brings to his materials a feeling that every mark matters: every stick, every thread, every shell, every bone.

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