Art that can be construed as supporting LGBTQ+ rights
Stephen Lauf

2023.05.14 17:50

True discussion/argument among classmates
Humans are perfectly capable of knowing the truth, however, humans that are openly truthful remain a rarity.
If real truthfulness didn't exist, then there wouldn't be anything to lie about.


"I see sham pane, but no glasses."
12 May
1921: The birth of Joseph Beuys.
2002: I also mostly remember how Huizinga describes the role of the 'spoil sport', i.e., the one that doesn't want to play by the rules as most of the others have established them.
2003: A good look at very early Kahn, particularly his projects for Philadelphia, will shed interesting light on architecture of the 90s and the 00s.
13 May
1999: Unfortunately, Tafuri's big example of dead classical language is/was Piranesi's Campo Marzio plan, and it is there that Tafuri is entirely wrong, which by extension undermines Eisenman's argument as well.
14 May
1948: Israel becomes a state.
1999: ...discovery of the two states of the Ichnographia [Campo Marzio] today at the University of Pennsylvania's Fine Arts Library.
2003: It wouldnt surprise me at all if Flushing vis--vis New York City is very similar to Olney vis--vis Philadelphia.
2003: That's the only guarantee I can think of.
2004: St. Helena, Eutropia, St. Catherine de Ricci and Louis I. Kahn visit Israel
2005 "De Spectaculis II" by Quintus Septimus Florens Tertullianus and Giovanni Battista Piranesi.
15 May
1999: For me, all reality is the same thing anyway (i.e., a wavelength), and I either sync with something or I dont.
2003: Speaking from day-to-day virtual experience, living in a museum is not a normal life.
2003: Make the original off limits and allow the tourists to visit the facsimile.
2003: I assume one can look up where "museum" came from, but let's remember that 'pinakothek' stems from the Pinacotheca (picture gallery) that was part of the Propylaea of the Acropolis.
2003: You see, they, the castigators, really cant get enough of me.


Papers of the HTAFCC
Papers of the
Horace Trumbauer Architecture Fan Club Convention
Reenactionary Bilocating Architecturism
Saint Catherine de Ricci and Louis I. Kahn
Nudist Camp at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Marcel Duchamp and C. Paul Jennewein
a moldy paper on mildew
Gordon Matta-Clark
De Spectaculis II
Quintus Septimus Florens Tertullianus and John the Baptist Piranesi
The Promenade Architecturale Formula
Le Corbusier
The Marriage of Twisted and Columns
Eutropia and Pieter Pauwel Rubens
The Architecture of Constantine the Great
Saint Helena, Eutropia, Eusebius Pamphili, and Saint Ambrose
Here a Versailles, There a Versailles, Everywhere a Versailles Sigh
Marie Antoinette, Ludwig II, and Lucretia "Eva" Bishop Roberts Cromwell Stotesbury Dougherty


Know your Exit
I knew virtually nothing about Joseph Cornell until I read Joseph Cornell/Marcel resonance in Spring 2001. (I was/am very familiar with Duchamp, however, because of years of many visits to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.) I found that Cornell and I had/have virtually identical kitchen sinks, and that Cornell's 'studio' looks very much like my basement. It wouldn't surprise me at all if Flushing vis--vis New York City is very similar to Olney vis--vis Philadelphia.


Re: get a journalist ...
Journalists will surely write about your art after it sells for lots of money. That's the only guarantee I can think of.


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