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... ? v-2 studies+observations | beauty. utility. balance.I find that I have precious little to say about anything just now. The silence is big, and good, and I think I'm going to stay here a little while.
... ? music (for robots) : lcd soundsystem - disco infiltrator - MP3lcd soundsystem - disco infiltrator - Disco Infiltrator is easily the standout dance track from this absolutely wonderful upcoming album from the dfa. I want to be the disco infiltrator. I want to be the beats, to be the thump, to be the physical embodiment of confused anti-irony. It’s the type of beat you instantly memorize, and picks up right where all his other singles left off. It’s familiar progression, which is a beautiful thing. It’s just a monster of a track.
... ? Tate Liverpool | Current Exhibitions | Richard WentworthRichard Wentworth - Spread - 1997 - Courtesy of the artist and Lisson Gallery, London
... ? Tate Collection | Home - Francis Bacon - Study of a DogStudy of a Dog - 1952
Bacon used a variety of strategies to represent what one commentator described as 'the anguish of contemporary life'. Here we see his use of animals to evoke aggression, vulnerability or both. The image of the dog derived from Eadward Muybridge's time-lapse photographs of animals in motion. Bacon smeared the paint to suggest what seems to be demented movement. In contrast the setting, depicted with an economy of means, was based on the sea front in Monte Carlo, where he had lived from 1946 to 1950.
... ? Tate Collection | HomeDonald Judd 1928-1994
1967 or 1968
Hand-coloured drawing on paper support: 436 x 560 mm on paper, unique
... ? Tate Modern | Future Exhibitions | Open Systems1 June - 29 August 2005
This exhibition investigates some of the themes and issues that arose during a seminal period in contemporary art from the mid-1960s through the 1970s. Featuring the work of around thirty international artists the exhibition traces a particular aspect of the period, as artists built upon the structures and systems of Fluxus, Neo-Concretism, Minimalism and Conceptualism, to show us new and more fluid ways of thinking about the self, the world and the work of art. Open Systems includes work by Bas Jan Ader, Marcel Broodthaers, Valie Export, Ilya Kabakov and Robert Smithson among others.
... ? MuhkaSylvie Macias-Diaz (°1968, Verviers) makes installations which remind us of our childhood when the most banal crap of material could make us get lost in reverie.
... ? TATE ETC. issue 3: The Art of NoiseIn 1916 Marcel Duchamp, who was no more interested in the materiality of sound than he was in the retinal nature of painting or the logic of a text, once concealed a noise in a ball of string. To be more accurate, the noise-making object was added by Walter Arensberg, who is now dead, which means that nobody other than him has ever known, or will ever know, what it was.Duchamp also imagined, in The Green Box notes, a musical sculpture of sounds lasting and leaving from different places and forming a sounding sculpture which lasts.
... ? Tate Liverpool | Current Exhibitions | Richard Wentworth2005-01-28Richard Wentworth - Tract (from Boost to Wham) 1993
... ? The show must go onMany of you will know Paul Milana in both his persona, as the couture dress designer lately of St James Street and more recently of The Lanes... and also as the current head of security at Envy nightclub. To mark his 40th birthday and the opening of his new shop at Ship Street Gardens, what better way to celebrate with friends than to throw a fashion show & party that will be the talk of Brighton for some time.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts Friday Review | Jive-talkin' geniusBez's win reminds me: the Mondays may be the best band ever - and Shaun Ryder is up there with Dylan
... ? Guardian Unlimited Arts features Bassic instinctAll Roni Size ever wanted to do was play electronic Battleships and find out how a drum machine worked. He talks to Will Hodgkinson about scratching, mixing and drum'n'bass
... ? The Observer OMM Film Moog2005-01-21The sight of Keith Emerson battering his telephone switchboard from hell is the highlight of a documentary on the Moog synth, writes Charles Shaar Murray
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts galleries | The worst album covers in the world indexBack to the S**t, by Millie Jackson Controversial R&B artist Jackson has released more than 20 albums since 1973. However, her explicit lyrics and lewd album covers have hindered mainstream acceptance.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | Flushed with colour"Only a certain kind of person goes to galleries. But everyone goes to the toilet." - Jay Rechsteiner - The Washroom Projects
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts galleries | Royal Academy's Turks exhibition index2005-01-18Iznik plate - c1540, Iznik, Turkey
Photo: Reinaldo Viegas
... ? Art In CitiesAn art gallery called city
Cities are like a huge art gallery with a permanently changing exhibition. Art is submitted everywhere and constantly. The art is not made by the direction of an institution or company, but are short personal notes, big fascinating projects or intriguing protests. With graffiti, posters, stickers, stencils, etc the individual artists use the city as an art gallery.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | Now you see them...Fluorescent clothing was invented by an amateur magician to protect GIs from friendly fire during the second world war. Today it is worn by everyone from roadsweepers to cyclists. Once it made its wearers stand out, now it renders them invisible. Except to photographer Stephen Gill, that is. Meanwhile, Jon Ronson finds out how the world turned Day-Glo
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts galleries | Robert Mapplethorpe, curated by David Hockney index2005-01-17Robert Mapplethorpe Curated By David Hockney is an exhibition of around 60 portraits, still lives and nudes, taken between 1975 and 1988, by the seminal American photographer.
... ? The Observer | Review | Theatre: The number cruncherTim Fountain will have sex with anyone his audience votes for. Meanwhile, back in Pinochet's Chile...
... ? The Observer | Magazine | Oliver James: Ticking all the wrong boxesWhile people's track records and tests of intelligence and specific abilities are useful guides to how well they will execute the actual tasks, it is impossible to predict who will start signing cheques 'Pingu the Penguin' or claiming they are a poached egg, and who will not.
... ? The Observer | Magazine | Eating popcorn for breakfast'A beautiful story that I will cherish for years to come,' said Harper Lee, the author of To Kill a Mockingbird, in one rare pronouncement. Muriel Spark described it as a 'great pleasure'. Jessica Mitford, who later engaged in a correspondence with its author, wrote: 'I did so love it: the uncles, the grandmother, the mother. The whole thing was a terrific treat.'
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... ? paulmilana.com - About Paul2005-01-13Paul creates one of a kind, handcrafted bespoke gowns for the contemporary woman.
Working with beautiful silks, he embroiders with feathers, pearls, precious stones (jade, garnets, amber, topaz, whatever he can get his hands On), sterling silver and gold to create gowns fit for a queen.
... ? Tate Papers Autumn 2004 - Judd through OldenburgDonald Judd, Untitled 1987 (plywood with red Plexiglas)
... ? Guardian Unlimited Film | News | Vintage gingham dress, one careful owner...Clearly the influence of The Wizard of Oz remains undiminished, even 66 years after its original release. Only last year, Over the Rainbow - the song crooned by Garland outside her Kansas family farm - was named the best film song ever by the American Film Institute.
For the record, Dorothy's dress is a white-and-blue affair, cut in the style of a pinafore and boasting a 27-inch waist. It will be auctioned at Bonhams' Knightsbridge headquarters on Wednesday March 16.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts Friday Review | DIY directors2005-01-12Now it's cheap and easy to make a movie. So stop complaining - you can do it yourself
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts news | Gallery gets £3.26m boost2005-01-11The former library space, once the home of the largest collection of Yiddish books in Europe, will provide space for site-specific commissions, the display of rarely seen collections, and a new restaurant, bookshop and education room. It will also display work from the archives, which includes material relating to visits to east London by artists including Picasso and Rothko. The architects are Robbrecht and Daem.
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | That joke isn't funny any moreDamien Hirst's enemies have often accused him of repeating himself as an artist. His new show suggests he has slipped into self-parody, says Adrian Searle
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | Birds of preyAre Italy's 'aeropaintings' thrilling celebrations of flight - or just barbaric fascist propaganda? By Jonathan Jones.