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The Stampographer: Reviving the Dadaist Tradition of Artful Mischief

Juliana Halpert writes in BOOKFORUM: Vincent Sardon’s rubber-stamp artworks, on jolly display in The Stampographer, revive the Dadaist tradition of artful mischief.

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How the book honors the art: Essay Daily interviews Siglio publisher

  (Interview) On Subversive Publishing and “The Tongue-Like Organ of a Bee” An Interview with Lisa Pearson of Siglio Press SARAH MINOR Originally published June 20, 2016   SM: In […]

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John Cage Diary: Information is tactile

Andrew Durbin writes in BOMB: “Language, detail, individuals…rub against one another, stack together to form a kind of visual poetry that strives to give that information definite, personal shape.”

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Robert Seydel: “True aesthetic ambidexterity”

James Gibbons writes THE PARIS REVIEW DAILY: “One of the uncanny successes of Seydel’s art lies in the way his sophistication and erudition are everywhere in evidence[…]and yet he could fashion[…] a body of work that harnesses[…]the affecting strangeness and elemental power of naive art.”

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Suite Vénitienne: Intrusion of her own creation

“In her pursuit of strangers, Calle presents a kind of artistic Zeno’s paradox: the closer you get to someone else, the more you realize the distance separating you.” —Madeleine Schwartz in THE NY REVIEW OF BOOKS

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Dorothy Iannone: The purposeful collision of two

Kate Wolf writes in XTRA: “An evangelist for sexual pleasure and unmitigated female sexuality, Iannone’s bold embrace of sex and love in her work is matched by an equally if not more robust drive toward narrative construction and inventive forms of autobiography.”

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