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1995 Stories by Susie Kalil

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  • Picture Perfect

    published July 20, 1995

    Like it or not, we're living a technological reality that has come alive with a kind of glittering seduction. Increasingly in everyday life,... More >>

  • Stupid Is As Stupid Does

    published June 15, 1995

    The Art Guys: Think Twice looks darn good. Any way you slice it, the banal materials that fuel the duo's commentary on everyday life are often... More >>

  • The Art of Community

    published June 8, 1995

    Making my way up the crowded stairway toward Web of Life (1958) -- one of two powerful murals that mark the entrance to the Museum of Fine Arts'... More >>

  • Defining de Kooning

    published April 20, 1995

    It's been the year of Willem de Kooning. In celebration of his 90th birthday last April, two major exhibitions have paid homage to the Dutch-born... More >>

  • Poetic Power

    published March 23, 1995

    In a day of faxes, printouts, Internet bulletins, e-mail and other electronic wonders, Kenneth Goldsmith's laboriously pencil-drawn words that... More >>

  • No More Girlish Games

    published March 16, 1995

    Next time you're stuck in the supermarket checkout line, by all means grab the March issue of Vogue. It contains a curious feature article and... More >>

  • Taken with Twombly

    published March 9, 1995

    Is anyone else puzzled by the Cy Twombly phenomenon? So who voted him as our most fashionable abstract painter of the moment -- with recorded... More >>

  • Art on the Borderline

    published February 23, 1995

    Who are we? Where are we? There are plenty of reasons to wonder, especially since the reference points we usually rely upon to situate ourselves... More >>

  • Cooperate -- or Die?

    published February 9, 1995

    Get ready for the Greater Houston Partnership -- and I'm not talking about the chamber of commerce. Never before has there been such a public... More >>

  • Moon Shots

    published January 26, 1995

    On June 2, 1966, Surveyor 1, the first of NASA's unmanned moon probes, came to rest on the lunar surface. Furnished with a video camera that... More >>

  • Original Art?

    published January 5, 1995

    Sherrie Levine, who has an installation currently on display at the Menil, is probably the seminal artist of today's generation involved with... More >>

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