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Book Review: ‘Art Chantry Speaks: A Heretic’s History of 20th Century Graphic Design’ by Art Chantry

A Heretic's History

'Art Chantry Speaks: A Heretic's History of 20th Century Graphic Design' is a graphic designer's archaeological “dig” through the left-over detritus of the 20th century. Read More »

Music Blu-ray Review: Lou Reed – ‘Classic Albums: Transformer + Live at Montreux 2000′

Lou reed bd cover

This bundling of two previously-available programs is an ideal package of who Reed was in both 1972 and 2000. Read More »

The Definition of Art: Good Riddance Warhol and Pollock

Art is a focus and a discipline. Allowing a lack of either to slither in under the definition of art is a travesty. Read More »

Music Review: The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Underground and Nico [Super Deluxe Edition]

Far more imaginative and creatively challenging than most of what's being released today - like all good art, it will make you feel something. Read More »

Movie Review: Women in Revolt

An early seventies Andy Warhol film whose notable contradictions place it decades ahead of its time. Read More »

Museums Make Bet on Super Bowl XLV

Our Renoir against your Caillebotte. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sacred Triangle: Bowie, Iggy & Reed 1971 – 1973

Fans of Bowie, Reed, Pop and Warhol will be interested, but it falls short in validating the era's significance musically. Read More »

Book Review: Just Kids by Patti Smith

Manages to convey what motivates a person to make the choice to be an "outsider of society." Read More »

Book Review: Pop: The Genius of Andy Warhol by Tony Scherman and David Dalton

Andy Warhol and the Pop Art explosion in the sixties. Read More »

DVD Review: The Blank Generation

An example of how even during periods of great creative outbursts there are bound to be a few duds. Read More »