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November 28, 2006

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schlarb

man, what a strange, well written, weird post. thanks so much!

DougH

The whole Lori Haigh saga is much weirder -- check out

http://www.recirca.com/artnews/293.shtml

and be sure to scroll down through the comments section!

Nicholas

This reminds me a lot of the "Big Book of Conspiracies" which was a staple of my comic reading youth. Lots of odds and ends collected under one umbrella of an idea, looking for a common thread. Sorta like Thomas Fort's writings. I really enjoyed reading it.

ddv

For a 1976 exhibition at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Research in New York, USA, artist Gordon Matta-Clark proposed a modest building cut which was refused by the director. On the night before the exhibition opened Gordon turned up with photographs of shattered windows in Bronx housing estates, shot out all the venue’s windows with an air rifle, and placed the photographs in the empty casements.

Chack

I have a question to art professionals about
Minds Eye Gallery, Las Olas Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This gallery sells expencive art works, signed prints of masters or fake "masters", who knows? Gallery people do not have a good reputation. One of them get in a prison for stealing...
I feel that art industry has to be protected from criminals by special serious law.

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