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Friday, October 16, 2020


Gegen Den Hass
Bitterer beigeschmack

Yes the Miss Rona Barrett pandemic is in its second wave here in Europe. With daily cases in Germany past 6000 and in the capital city of Berlin over 700. Things are far worse in France, Spain and the UK.

The Vagimule doll has almost every pre existing condition known to man including diabetes, kidney condition, hypertension and asthma. She has lived since March in pretty much an isolated state so that will continue into the winter months which means the lady will have to limit her Bukake parties from 100 virile men twice a week to 25 runts once a week.

Gallery news: Ms. Davis' lovely and talented daughter Wu Tsang has a new exhibition in Paris, plus humpy Seth Price and that genius child of high art Jonathan Berger's exhibition at Participant Inc. in NYC gets extended. See below:

Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi is pleased to announce

Wu Tsang

Visionary Company

21 October 2020 - 3 January 2021

Lafayette anticipations

9 Rue du Pl√Ętre, 75004 Paris, France

Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi is pleased to announce

A reading of



Livestream on Instagram

Saturday 17 October 2020, 7 pm CET


Seth Price, Caroline Busta, 

Christopher Bollen, Kim Gordon, Lil Internet, 

Jutta Koether, Josephine Pryde, 

Stacy Skolnik and others

Jonathan Berger,  An Introduction to Nameless Love

Exhibition extended through Nov. 15, 2020

Appointments are required

Wednesday - Sunday, noon - 7pm

View the exhibition online

In collaboration with Mady Schutzman, Emily Anderson, Tina Beebe, Julian Bittiner, Matthew Brannon, Barbara Fahs Charles, Brother Arnold Hadd, Erica Heilman, Esther Kaplan, Margaret Morton, Richard Ogust, Maria A. Prado, Robert Staples, Michael Stipe, Mark Utter, Michael Wiener, and Sara Workneh

Jonathan Berger,  An Introduction to Nameless Love  takes the form of a large-scale sculptural installation that includes over 533,000 tin, nickel, and charcoal parts, Berger's exhibition chronicles a series of remarkable relationships, creating a platform for complex stories about love to be told . The exhibition draws from Berger's expansive practice, which comprises a spectrum of activity - brought together here for the first time - including experimental approaches to non-fiction, sculpture and installation, oral history and biography-based narratives, and exhibition-making practices. 

Co-organized by Participant Inc and Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University.