Reviews

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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John Cage Diary: “Confusion brought to light”

Mary Mann writes in LA REVIEW OF BOOKS: “Whenever Diary gets down to details, Cage is more concerned with changing our reactions to the world than with changing the world itself. “

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Robert Seydel: “Ecstatic and melancholic”

Richard Kraft writes in BOOKFORUM: “These works speak quietly, often of everyday things, and yet each leaves a deep impression that lingers long after the book has been put back on the shelf.”

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Dorothy Iannone: “What is she offering that we feel we need?”

Catherine Wagely writes in LA REVIEW OF BOOKS: “Because the book does not seem to be about but of Iannone, it presents an ideal opportunity to ask: Why does the 82-year-old artist feel so relevant and sage-like to women decades younger?”

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John Cage Diary: Cage as posthumous collaborator

Alan Gilbert writes in HYPERALLERGIC: “A work in which the visual dimension has become as multifaceted as the textual one.”

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Robert Seydel: Material bearing witness to imagination

Daniel Owen writes in HYPERALLERGIC: “Collage is homage, but also respiration. Seydel’s work reanimates the work of his forebears, who did the same for theirs, invigorating the tradition with unusual reverence and passion. “

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