Summer Doldrums

Photo courtesy of Eno Bull

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It’s summer-time, the livin’ is easy and the art critic is lazy. Not altogether lazy–my reviews of exhibitions by Kirk Stoller, Li Songsong and Sigmar Polke will be appearing in next week’s edition of City Arts and, of course, here. But, otherwise, I’d rather spend the next month or two either (a) in the studio or (b) visiting old favorites–minus, that is, the note-taking.

Knowing the blogosphere as the perpetually voracious animal that it is, I thought I’d use the summer months to stock up on the archives and re-visit pieces I haven’t thought about it in years. Here’s one I forgot about altogether, its memory having been usurped by a more thorough investigation of the same topic a year later.

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