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1994 Stories by Kathleen Vanesian

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  • DADA'S GOT A BRAND-NEW BAG

    published November 24, 1994

    The term "neo-Dada" was used in a very negative sense by art critics, and only for a short time at that. Hence, it's somewhat surprising that... More >>

  • ROOFLESS PEOPLE

    published October 27, 1994

    Putting features on the faceless hordes of homeless that roam the streets and back alleys of urban America is the goal of Galeria Mesa's... More >>

  • BLACK LIKE SHE

    published October 20, 1994

    The October 10 cover of Time magazine boldly proclaims the advent of a black renaissance here in America. The cover declares that... More >>

  • GLAZED AND CONFUSED

    published September 22, 1994

    Neither rain nor smog nor threat of armed insurrection can keep any really hard-core Mexican folk art aficionado, including me (and, at one... More >>

  • CANADA DRY

    published July 28, 1994

    In 1992, the world celebrated--or at least acknowledged--the quincentennial of America's discovery by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus.... More >>

  • FIN AND YANG

    published June 29, 1994

    "Fish Out Of Water," Mesa Southwest Museum's summer art show, is about the closest I've gotten to baiting a hook in 30 years. That's when my... More >>

  • CARRY IT BACK TO OLD VIRGINNY

    published June 15, 1994

    After seeing the works on paper in the latest group show being hosted by MARS Gallery, a snide adage pops to mind: "Those who can, do; those who... More >>

  • VENICE,ANYONE?

    published June 1, 1994

    Italy's Venice Biennale is considered the oldest, largest and most important art party in the world--and Phoenix has just received its engraved... More >>

  • AMERICAN GRAFFITIAEROSOL ARTISTS ANSWER SCRAWL OF THE WILD

    published May 18, 1994

    Mention the word "graffiti" and most people will go ballistic. What scrolls up on the average man-on-the-street's mental monitor are visions of... More >>

  • That's All Folk?

    published May 4, 1994

    If an art collection is the unconscious manifestation of the collector, then two folk-art shows on display in the Valley underscore the enormous... More >>

  • HOW THE WEFT WAS WON

    published April 20, 1994

    From the street, the pieces on the walls of Scottsdale's Bentley Gallery look like large, somber, color-field paintings of the mid-1950s to late... More >>

  • STRIKE THREE, YOU'RE ART

    published April 6, 1994

    Maybe I'm just getting old. Or maybe Art Detour is just getting too complicated. After spending seven straight hours boarding buses and pounding... More >>

  • STRIKE THREE, YOU'RE ART

    published April 6, 1994

    Maybe I'm just getting old. Or maybe Art Detour is just getting too complicated. After spending seven straight hours boarding buses and pounding... More >>

  • STRIKE THREE, YOU'RE ART

    published April 6, 1994

    Maybe I'm just getting old. Or maybe Art Detour is just getting too complicated. After spending seven straight hours boarding buses and pounding... More >>

  • CASTING ASPERSIONS

    published March 23, 1994

    Since 1979, John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres have lived in the dark heart of the South Bronx, collaborating on the making and painting of plaster... More >>

  • CASTING ASPERSIONS

    published March 23, 1994

    Since 1979, John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres have lived in the dark heart of the South Bronx, collaborating on the making and painting of plaster... More >>

  • VIRAL NOTEBOOK

    published March 2, 1994

    Sexuality is the theme of two exhibitions, one deadly serious in its approach to the subject, the other, for the most part, lethally... More >>

  • VIRAL NOTEBOOK

    published March 2, 1994

    Sexuality is the theme of two exhibitions, one deadly serious in its approach to the subject, the other, for the most part, lethally... More >>

  • SOMETHING WICK THIS WAY COMES

    published February 23, 1994

    Sierra Vista sculptor Robert Wick has a heart bigger than his art. And that's pretty big, considering that some of his bronze sculptures are more... More >>

  • BEYOND THE BLACK VELVET CANVAS

    published February 9, 1994

    Given the recent increase of ugly--and often violent--anti-Mexican sentiment in the wake of the North American Free Trade Agreement, it took a lot... More >>

  • NADA THIS EARTHGRINGO ART HITS THE CANVAS IN NEW "SOUTH OF THE BORDER" EXHIBITION

    published January 26, 1994

    @body:After seeing the work in "South of the Border: Mexico in the American Imagination" at Phoenix Art Museum, if I knew nothing about Mexican... More >>

  • NADA THIS EARTHGRINGO ART HITS THE CANVAS IN NEW "SOUTH OF THE BORDER" EXHIBITION

    published January 26, 1994

    @body:After seeing the work in "South of the Border: Mexico in the American Imagination" at Phoenix Art Museum, if I knew nothing about Mexican... More >>

  • NADA THIS EARTHGRINGO ART HITS THE CANVAS IN NEW "SOUTH OF THE BORDER" EXHIBITION

    published January 26, 1994

    @body:After seeing the work in "South of the Border: Mexico in the American Imagination" at Phoenix Art Museum, if I knew nothing about Mexican... More >>

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