was that you

2 08 2017

was that you





Jean-Michel Basquiat

2 08 2017

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This is the last sort of art that I think I would have entertained as interesting. But Basquiat’s work is interesting. He doesn’t paint pictures so much as tell stories. There is information in his work, data, impressions of anger and sadness. These are like cave paintings. Or the early bible creations of monks. They assault you with a collage of data. Impressionistic in a non-visual way. A lot of what I see reminds me of Picasso. The sad thing is that this artist is dead. And his life has been romanticized. Which means his work could take second place to people’s curiosity about the artist. With his relationship with Warhohl and Madonna, he has achieved a cult following.

Jean-Michel’s early years were spent with his middle class Haitian father, Gerard, who was unable to fulfill his son’s need for nurturing and recognition. To fill the void, Jean-Michel…

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Homicide: Now and Then5

2 08 2017

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I wrote this book of prose poems called Homicide: Now and Then, which sounded a bit like a hobby. But it was fun to write. Each poem described an actual murder with some license. Poetic license.   These are illustrations from that ebook. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/27982

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man in the yellow raincoat…

2 08 2017




Homicide: Now and Then2

2 08 2017

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I wrote this book of prose poems called Homicide: Now and Then, which sounded a bit like a hobby. But it was fun to write. Each poem described an actual murder with some license. Poetic license.   These are illustrations from that ebook. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/27982

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Karl Friedrich Lessing

2 08 2017




Homicide: Now and Then3

2 08 2017

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I wrote this book of prose poems called Homicide: Now and Then, which sounded a bit like a hobby. But it was fun to write. Each poem described an actual murder with some license. Poetic license.   These are illustrations from that ebook. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/27982

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