Tag Archives: realism

Forms of Realism

The best part of Facebook, in fact the only good part, is some of the people one can meet. Recently I connected with a young writer called Joobin Bekhrad, of Iranian extraction but living in Toronto, who loves to post … Continue reading

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Realism

I sold one piece from my recent DIY show in Toronto, and so treated myself by buying a couple of books not available in the library. Livin’ high! First of all, got two catalogs of Frank Stella’s prints. That’s what I’m … Continue reading

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Out of Control

Recently I saw a remarkable four page spread of photos in the Sunday Times of the turmoil in Kiev. Part of their effect was owing to their size, somewhat larger than the usual newspaper photo, but they were also intensely … Continue reading

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