Monthly Archives: January 2017

Laugh, Clowns, Laugh (while denying reality)

This one goes out to Diane Keaton and her great service to bringing the hitherto neglected Clown paintings of the past to the attention of art lovers everywhere. She’s an  extraordinary talent and, as I’ve just learned not only a fine … Continue reading

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The KGB Strikes Again!

Interesting footage from Communist Russian TV showing one of their KGB-trained provocateurs antagonizing the Liberal intelligentsia with all manner of crazy talk. : And below a link to totally crackpot article by some more Russian dupes (they’re pretty much everywhere these days, … Continue reading

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Grand Hotel Abyss

I’ve been reading Stuart Jeffries’ illuminating study of the Frankfurt School Grand Hotel Abyss. Walter Benjamin, a member of the school, wrote by far the most penetrating art commentary of any writer on the subject in the 20th century and his work … Continue reading

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Fake Art News

Voila! I’ve been saying for years now that Duchamp and all that flowed from him is fake art. And how I encounter the first of one of them to come out and admit to it.  This calls for champagne! A … Continue reading

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Denial of Reality 5

George Grosz, “Keep Your Mouth Shut and do your duty!”, 1924 From the 1928 trial of George Grosz for “insulting the institutions of the Church.” George Grosz: Herr Grosz, do you consider yourself a religious man? Grosz: Yes. Prosecutor: Are … Continue reading

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Denial of Reality 3

Performance Artist Annie Sprinkle displaying her art The glaring and obvious flaw at the center of Post-Modernism, or Con Art as I like to call it, is it’s attempt to deny and thus think they are escaping basic reality that … Continue reading

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Denial of Reality 2

Great American Art along with its creator (above) Right on schedule the Guardian, which I always read in order to stay abreast of real news, has made my case for me vis-a-vis Americans living in a state of total stupor. Second only … Continue reading

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