Sun, 29 June 2008
Sun, 22 June 2008
This week Duncan and Richard are joined by guest host Tony Tasset to talk to Pamela Fraser and Randall Szott about their work, arguing and their project he said-she said.
From their web site: http://hesaid-shesaid.us
he said-she said is an exhibition and event series held in the home of Pamela Fraser and Randall Szott. They will take turns presenting what amounts to an ongoing conversation about art and culture - Ms. Fraser presenting art and artists, and Mr. Szott sharing the activities of people who work in other contexts. Together they hope to offer up a fun and thoughtful take on current ideas in art and life.
Richard makes Duncan feel bad. Much mirth is had by all.
Sat, 14 June 2008
A Bad at Sports
The intro and outro are extra
creepy this week. Highlights(?) include
After Richard and Duncan are done making a mess of things, the real pros
come in and present a fantastic report from
Lamis El Farra, emerging artist, and the EuroShark Mark Staff Brandl, seemingly perennially emerging black sheep artist, traverse and discuss the entirety of the King of Art Fairs, Art Basel. Yes: the Fair Itself, Art Statements, Art Unlimited, Scope, and the Solo Project. They only missed Liste and Print Basel. Sorry, but all the rest was already enough. Of course they were at the VIP opening (ahem) and managed to talk to more people than you can shake a stick at: artists, gallerists, museum directors, curators, critics, art magazine editors, fair organizers, all the hangers-on, …er…, important elements of the international artworld.
Sun, 8 June 2008
This Week: Duncan and Amanda (from the Amanda Browder Show)
talk to Rachel and Ed “Edmar” Marszewski about Proximity Magazine, fried chicken meals, sperm banks and much more. Max interrupts.
Also, Philip Vvon Zweck talks to Angee Lennard about Spudnik Press! Be sure to check out their website for info on classes.
Sadly the excellent Cheryl Donegan exhibition at He Said-She Said has closed, but be sure to check out the space’s website at http://hesaid-shesaid.us.
Sun, 1 June 2008
Robert Rauschenberg passed away on May 12, 2008 at age 82. The Art Institute of Chicago's own Rauscheberg expert Lisa Wainwright joins us to discuss his life and legacy.
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_144-Wainwright_on_Rauschenberg.mp3
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