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June 29, 2005



I saw this show in situ, chez Rubell. Rückhaberle impressed me but not much else did. I would have seen those Rauchs there too but for the life of me I can't remember them.

We just had a strong feeling that the work was peculiar.

Cheap shot, anyone?


The tigers shot full of arrows was sad making. Franklin, I didn't find it to be a remarkable show either


Looks like something from Return to the Future. Amazing what you can do with warehouse space.


Reading Franklin's comment, I couldn't remember the Rückhaberles! It doesn't seem like the exhibit left much of an imprint on me. To be fair, I probably didn't spend enough time with all of it. Googling around, I see one image of Rückhaberle's that was in the show that I really didn't like (and may have walked away from that section due to), but others I do, for what that's worth.

The tigers shot full of arrows was sad making

Yeah . . . I agree. It may not have been the point, but: poor little paper mache killer shmoogies. I didn't bring it up because of this reason.

I think it's only a matter of time before someone includes fireworks in a movie chase scene. It's too good.


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I linked to this post, and I hope that the Dimwit-American community that necessitated the recent temporary closing of my comments didn't show up here to vent. If so, my apologies.

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