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David Byrne's blog qualifies. 
Don't you want to know what he's thinking? Inject his journal. No BS. He's about what he sees, including photographs of ugly beauty. He derives spiritual elation from the Renaissance Hotel in Dallas, for crying out loud. And so will you, when you see his pic. Byrne consistently takes the artist's point of view, because he is one. (Read his take on the BCAM opening in LA and on the Murakami show). Who said criticism is dead? His rapid mental shifts, seering eye, probing opinion and compulsive desires brand criticism as it thrives right now. But you are probably already RSS feeding...
April 14, 2008 11:06 PM |


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