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1995 Stories by Bettie Rinehart

Archives: 1995 | 1994
  • Looming Large

    published October 19, 1995

    If I can only have a dress made from Junichi Arai's fluid stainless steel fabric in time for Halloween, I can go to the big party as Queen of the... More >>

  • UP AND ATOM

    published October 5, 1995

    Get out your Raybans and suntan lotion because the Valley's art season opens with a nuclear blast this year. Ground Zero is Scottsdale Center for... More >>

  • RED ROCK TEST

    published September 21, 1995

    When I first moved to the Valley two years ago, I did the expected thing--I made a visit to Sedona. I was interested in the town for many reasons:... More >>

  • WHISKER'S MOTHERIS A CAT REALLY CAPABLE OF CREATING AN ARTISTIC MOUSERPIECE?

    published August 24, 1995

    I fell for it. I believed, after glancing through the book Why Cats Paint, that the authors had really managed to document the unleashing of... More >>

  • MADRE HOUSE ON MCDOWELLPHOENIX ART MUSEUM CELEBRATES CONTRIBUTIONS OF LATIN AMERICAN WOMEN

    published August 10, 1995

    I remember one night in college, my classmate Carol and I were cramming for Dr. Deleuze's art history exam, smoking up a storm and bitching about... More >>

  • DO LOOK IN THE BASEMENTTUCSON MUSEUM DIRECTOR TREATS THE ARIZONA BIENNIAL AS IF IT'S BENEATH CONTEMPT

    published July 13, 1995

    If you want to see the state of contemporary art in Arizona, you'll have to go down to Tucson--and down the stairs at the Tucson Museum of Art.... More >>

  • MOM-AND-POP ART

    published June 29, 1995

    "When you photograph me, I feel everything leave me. The blood drains from my face, my eyelids droop, my thoughts disappear. I can feel my facial... More >>

  • RAVERS' EDGE

    published June 1, 1995

    It's 4 a.m. Sirens blare, drums are launching off into some crazed atavistic groove and a surging curl of writhing, painted modern primitives... More >>

  • TOMORROWLAND LORD

    published May 18, 1995

    You don't build the City of Tomorrow in a day. In fact, not even in 25 years, as it turns out, but Paolo Soleri's vision of Arcosanti has not... More >>

  • AMAZING RACE

    published May 4, 1995

    Long before Spike Lee and John Singleton made their first films, African-American cinema had had a 50-year history as an alternative genre that... More >>

  • TOYING WITH OUR EMOTIONS

    published April 20, 1995

    If Marcel Duchamp, Pieter Brueghel and Franz Kafka had somehow been commissioned to build a playroom for disenchanted philosophers, it may have... More >>

  • ART DETOUR SNEAKS INTO TOWN

    published April 6, 1995

    Art Detour, the yearly open house of downtown Phoenix art studios and galleries, came and went this year without much fanfare. No trolleys to... More >>

  • PRODIGALLY TALENTED SON

    published March 23, 1995

    Robert Anderson had just finished his first year of art school at St. Francis College in Fort Wayne, Indiana. "I had won just about... More >>

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