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June 12, 2006

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Bunny Smedley

Another really thoughtful, sympathetic post on Fuller, JL - I am so very glad you're reading this stuff, and engaging with it here.

My only regret, really, is that Fuller is no longer amongst us. Don't take this the wrong way, but from the little I know about it, you may well be one of the very, very few people who has written about Fuller's thought in recent years in ways that would have interested him - and that only makes me sad, in that he isn't around to take part in a conversation that I think both of you, at some level, would truly have enjoyed.

eva lake

Beautiful post. I agree about British art before the 60s.

JL

Thanks, eva! When I saw you had commented, I thought it was going to be about Fuller trashing Warhol. (To be fair, I don't think even Warhol fans would call him a "spiritual" artist.)

eva

No, I don't think anyone in their right mind could call him spiritual.

But getting back to the other, I love Richard Hamiliton. And also Eduardo Paolozzi.

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