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2002 Stories by Kelly Klaasmeyer

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  • The Art of Anxiety

    published May 30, 2002

    To me, "Trembling," Francisco Ruiz de Infante's installation at the Blaffer Gallery, feels like home -- but half my living room ceiling is... More >>

  • Arsenic and Old Lace

    published May 16, 2002

    Mark Flood is making pretty paintings, and that's okay. The conceptual malcontent, who has sold ad space on his canvases and had his work... More >>

  • The Reluctant Spokesman

    published May 2, 2002

    William Kentridge was born white and affluent in Johannesburg, South Africa, seven years after the enactment of apartheid laws in 1948. For... More >>

  • Art, Lies and Videotape

    published April 18, 2002

    In the notorious 1920 "Little Albert Study," J.B. Watson, the founding father of behavioral psychology, conditioned an 11-month-old orphan to fear... More >>

  • Law of Averages

    published April 11, 2002

    On Christmas Day, 1978, Santa left a clunky machine under the tree for my dad. It looked like the bastard child of a typewriter and a portable TV... More >>

  • If Walls Could Talk

    published March 28, 2002

    An American flag hangs high in John Cleary Gallery. Beneath it, press-on type proclaims, in appropriate post-September 11 patriotism, "God... More >>

  • FotoFatigue

    published March 21, 2002

    FotoFest is the art world's version of the Bataan Death March. Large-scale art events always offer an overwhelming amount of work to see and... More >>

  • Dead Cats

    published February 21, 2002

    Rachel Hecker is "Sad and Pissed." And don't you fucking forget it. Hecker's gallery had suggested that "Sad and Mad" -- albeit a bit like... More >>

  • Stux in the South

    published February 7, 2002

    See it live and in person: Andres Serrano's Piss Christ -- Jesse Helms's favorite photograph -- is on view in Houston. I was always... More >>

  • Come Together, Right Now

    published January 10, 2002

    Bill Viola's Ascension (2000) is one of those pitch-black video installations where you have to feel your way gingerly into complete... More >>

  • An Introspective

    published January 3, 2002

    We all have our prejudices, and when people start talking about "transcendence," I head for the door before Shirley MacLaine and Ramtha show up.... More >>

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