Reviews, reviews, reviews!!! Our London correspondents Ben Tanner
and Christian Kuras make their fabulous debut and review the UK
version of "Universal Experience: Art, Life, and the Tourist's
Eye," which began its life on this earth at our very own MCA. Brian
Andrews, our West Coast rep, is back to tell us what is wrong with
the art scene in San Francisco. Duncan and Richard review "On the
Scene: Jessica Rowe, Jason Salavon, Brian Ulrich," and then they
check out The Museum of Contemporary Photography's new shows
"Jeffrey A. Wolin: Inconvenient Stories" and "Stages of Memory: The
War in Vietnam." And if THAT weren't enough, Duncan and Richard
argue about whether or not Rodney Graham is full of BS after
sitting through his lecture. The last song in this week's show goes
out from Richard to Scott Speh.
Scene: Jessica Rowe, Jason Salavon, Brian Ulrich
The Museum of Contemporary
SF links are to follow.
We lied last week. THIS COMING WEEK, we will chat with our West
Coast correspondent Brian Andrews and Britton Bertran from Gallery
40000. We'll do some other stuff too, who knows! Soon our New York
City reporter, the lovely and talented Cassie Thornton, will check
in with her first report, maybe next week.
Duncan and Richard save the holidays! We have put together a wacky
collection of funny and non-funny holiday songs. Hate the holidays?
I know I do, so we'll make sure you are filled with the milk of
human kindness by these jolly little ditties. Also we would like to
throw out an open call to anyone who has funny Hanukah and/or
Kwanza songs. Let us know--there is a serious lack of said genre of
songs, and we'd love to give equal time.