Sat, 27 May 2006
Lane Relyea is back for more mirth, music, and mayhem.
What is the future of art criticism? What is wrong with art students today? Are we too hung up on artist from the 80's? Are you wrong for holding a day job? Is Pollock mainstream? Is Death Cab for Cutie lame compared to the Postal Service? Why is Lane so hung up on ties? Is Amanda pregnant? Does Richard have three weeks to live? Will Duncan ever be allowed to use the mic? All of these questions and so much more talked about in this action packed sequel to Episode 32.
Sun, 21 May 2006
Richard, Duncan and Amanda venture off to the lovely home of James Yood, critic of Artforum, and professor at SAIC. We talk about the raw humorless power of the Chicago art scene and reminice about days gone by.....oh boy. Houston checks in!
Tue, 16 May 2006
Amanda and I bet Duncan $6.00 that he wouldn't lick the very very nicotine stained stuffed goat at the Charleston. Witness the wonder.
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Sun, 14 May 2006
Reviews of loads of shows from Chicago, New York, LA, and Boston. bigredandshiny.com checks in from Boston, Nathan Rogers-Madsen reviews the Whitney Biennial, The BAS crew talks about LA, Art School Confidential, and the current crop of shows here in Chicago. Plus talk about pirates!
Museum of Jurassic Technology
Sun, 7 May 2006
Raymond Pettibon! We talk to art star and punk legend Raymond Pettibon, for those of you who went to his lecture I guarentee this is peppier and more concise. This is a shorter show than usual this week as we recover from the Art Fair Madness.
Sun, 30 April 2006
Thomas Blackman spills on the future of the Art Fair and talks about what went on AND manages to have a solid sense of humor about the whole thing. Vanessa Chafen talks NOVA wrap up.
Thanks to all for sticking out the 4 day marathon, we hope you found it interesting.
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