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Monday, October 07, 2019


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Brand new semester at Work Master HEAD Ecole de Art et Design in Geneva where my Perverse Assemblages/Framing the Freakazoid Labzone joins with the seminar of Olga Rozenblum of Trieze Art Space in Paris for a big year long project. It seems that the art school and students are very excited with the prospects. I don´t want to give away too much here at this point in time.

More news from art photographer Annette Frick and Wilhelm Hein who have an exhibition in Brussels. I didn’t get the information in time to post for the opening but I think things will last for a while see below:

Thursday 3 october 2019

opening of Annette Frick’s exhibition (free)

Film screenings by Wilhelm Hein and Annette Frick + live music by moro sphinx and D’incise (5€)

3.10.2019 - 13.10.2019
Open on sunday 6 and 13 october, 2-6pm Or by appointment : 04 87 47 51 54

Brasseries Atlas
Rue du Libre Examen 15, 1070 Anderlecht


Two stars of my childhood both died recently at the same age of 84-the gorgeous Miss Diahann Carroll and loopy comedian Rip Taylor.

Diahann Carroll starred in films like Carmen Jones 1954, Porgy and Bess 1959, Paris Blues, 1960, Hurry Sundown, 1967, and Claudine, 1974, where she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. She starred in her own TV series that broke ground in that she played a nurse and not a servant called Julia from 1968-1971 co-starring cute child actor Marc Copage.  Ms. Carroll played a glamorous bitchy villainess on the 80s primetime soap Dynasty. The singer/actress also was the first African American to win a Tony Award for best actress on Broadway in the Richard Rodgers musical No Strings, 1962.

Rip Taylor was known as the wacky confetti tossing rambunctuos queen on TV game and variety shows during the 1970s. I will never forget having a close encounter with the TV starina when I was with singer/songwriter Glen Meadmore waiting to be sat at the French Market Place Diner in West Hollywood. Mr.Taylor was dressed in his usual flamboyant manner and was in front of us and Mr. Meadmore said to him, “I love your rings”.  Mr. Taylor was bedecked in an array of turquise jewelry covering his entire contenance.  Mr. Taylor with that famed handlebar mustache of his turned around slowly looking Mr. Meadmore and I up and down and casually  replied without missing a beat, “Thank you, so do I”.