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April 16, 2009

The hoops of art: Now jump baby -- It's Mark Murphy's night

Twenty-one years ago Mark Murphy did this spoof of an artist proposing a new work, and it still feels current. 

Murphy talks tonight in the flesh at the Los Angeles Central Library 7:00 p.m. with UCLA Live's David Sefton -- in a conversation directed and advanced Barbara Isenberg. All three pay close, close attention to artists and what makes them tick. But Murphy -- who's been the head of REDCAT in L.A. for the past five years and before that presented and produced artists at Seattle's On The Boards -- was one. 
April 16, 2009 6:12 AM | | Comments (1)


yay On the Boards!!!

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