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Summer Swell (2007) by Fred Tomaselli. The artist is interviewed at AnOther. • Mixes of the week for the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness: Forever Autumn Mixtape by The Outer Church, and celebrating what would have been Trish Keenan’s 45th birthday: Trish’s Toys & Techniques Birthday Tape (with cover art by Julian House). • […]

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Alchemy & Inquiry


The Dust Blows Forward, The Dust Blows Back (2011) by Fred Tomaselli. Artistic alchemy has been thriving in New York for the past few weeks. Alchemy & Inquiry is a show which has been running at the Glyndor Gallery, Wave Hill, the Bronx, since April, featuring paintings by Philip Taaffe, Fred Tomaselli and Terry Winters. […]

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Weekend links 29


A Folies Bergère dancer, c. 1909. • Six Novels in Woodcuts: The Library of America publishes a boxed set of Lynd Ward’s works: Gods’ Man, Madman’s Drum, Wild Pilgrimage, Prelude to a Million Years, Song Without Words and Vertigo. • RIP ace graphic designer Raymond Hawkey. Related: Raymond Hawkey: An eye for detail, and Hawkey’s James […]

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Fred Tomaselli at White Cube


left: Summer Swell (2007); right: Big Raven (2008). I like Fred Tomaselli’s hyper-detailed psychotropic paintings a great deal. Londoners can see an exhibition of new work at the Mason’s Yard branch of White Cube until 16 May, 2009. Tomaselli’s new work is a departure from his earlier, more direct use of pills, hemp leaves or […]

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The art of Fred Tomaselli


Abductor (2006). Two examples from this gallery selection. There’s more at White Cube. Halo of Flies (2006). Previously on { feuilleton } • Yoshitaka Amano in Berlin • Visions and the art of Nick Hyde • AVAF at Mao Mag

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So Much Fire to Roast Human Flesh


JUST IN TIME FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR — ARTHUR MAGAZINE LAUNCHES NEW ALBUM TO BENEFIT COUNTER-MILITARY RECRUITING CAMPAIGNS “Let’s help give youth a balanced view of what military service REALLY means,” says Arthur editor Jay Babcock. With wars raging across the Middle East and prospects for peace dimming, the youth of America have wised up […]

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So Much Fire to Roast Human Flesh


So Much Fire to Roast Human Flesh A benefit album curated by Josephine Foster “All profits from sales of this compilation will be distributed to specific counter-military recruitment and pacifist organizations and programs. We hope to assist them in their efforts promoting peace and non-militarism in the United States. “All of the musicians represented here […]

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