Saturday, July 31, 2010

"Germ Spa," 1993, Richard Phillips



Untitled, 2009, Jonas Lipps



Untitled, 2009, Claudia Wieser



"Benedikt," 2009, Alexander Wagner



"Lolita," 2009, Dorothy Iannone



"abstract painting," 2001, Thaddeus Strode



"Hairstyle," 2005, Josh Blackwell



Tobjorn Rodland



"Bathers with a Turtle," 1907-08, Henri Matisse



"C’mon Get Happy," 2009, Deborah Kass



"Georgia. Jesse and the Jax," 2008, Sebastian Blanck




"Speedboat's Wake," 1959, Milton Avery



Lucas Samaras

Untitled, 1962

"Head, Number 35," 1981


"Reclining Nude with Boots," 1918, Egon Schiele



"The Knockout," 1921, e. e. cummings



"Daily News," 1983, Dona Nelson



"Portrait of Jake (Stagger Lee Series #3)," 1983, Frederick J. Brown



"Untitled (Girl with Braids)," 1938-39, Jackson Pollock



"Head of a Woman," 1903, Pablo Picasso



"The Student," 1942, Julius Bloch


Friday, July 30, 2010

"Chair," 1987, Mary Heilmann



"your signal was received but not understood," 2010, Peter Shear



"Calling," 1965, Allan Kaprow



"Cloth Octagonal, 2," 1967, Richard Tuttle



"Partial Truth," 1997, Bruce Nauman



Charles Bukowski: For Jane

For Jane


225 days under grass
and you know more than I.
they have long taken your blood,
you are a dry stick in a basket.
is this how it works?
in this room
the hours of love
still make shadows.

when you left
you took almost
everything.
I kneel in the nights
before tigers
that will not let me be.

what you were
will not happen again.
the tigers have found me
and I do not care.


"Untitled Text Msg [Jane]," 2009, Adam McEwen



"Untitled (Drury Inn)," 1995, Martin Kippenberger

Untitled (I), 1992, Michael Krebber



"Raivola," 2009, John Zurier




Richard Brautigan: Literature

Literature

"WELL, I've got to get back to work," Fred said. "The plank
press calls. What are you going to do?"

"I think I'll go write," I said. "Work on my book for a while."

"That sounds ambitious," Fred said. "Is the book about
weather like the schoolteacher said?"

"No, it's not about weather."

"Good," Fred said. "I wouldn't want to read a book about
weather."

"Have you ever read a book?" I said.

"No," Fred said. "I haven't but I don't think I'd want to start
by reading one about clouds."

"Bathers," 2008, Ella Kruglyanskaya




"Andy Abelow Headstand," 2010



"Breast Bomb," 1967, Robert Heinecken



"Redux in Black and Pastel," 2009, Amy Bessone



"Untitled (How can you believe me when I said I love you when you know I have been a liar all my life)," 2010, Friedrich Kunath




"Thirty Pea Rainbow," 2008, Richard Hughes




Thursday, July 29, 2010

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