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  • jack rasmussen 9:49 am on April 10, 2014 Permalink  

    Please share with appropriate appropriators… 

    EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY

     
    • Wayne Paige 11:45 am on April 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I will submit a work for consideration to the Marcel Duchamp Readymade @ 100 exhibition.

  • jack rasmussen 9:53 am on April 1, 2014 Permalink  

    Good-Looking Guests at the Katzen Arts Center (I am wearing the blue sweater) 

    blog image copyWhat could be better than a visit from the wives of Korean Diplomats? Maybe just an exhibition by 30 Korean and Korean American artists, curated by Inhee Iris Moon! Opening night this Saturday, beginning with a Gallery Talk by Iris at 5:00 PMJunAhn_Self-Portrait12Jun Ahn, Self-Portrait, 2009, HDR Ultra Chrome Archival Pigment Print

     
  • jack rasmussen 10:28 am on March 25, 2014 Permalink  

    BK ADAMS • I AM ART is coming to a Sculpture Garden near you. 

    BK The CrewAaron, Zac, and unidentified lift operator moving BK ADAMS • I AM ART out of the studio and on its way to our Sculpture Garden. Opens April 5, 6:00 – 9:00 PM, American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC, Planet Earth.

     
  • jack rasmussen 9:50 am on March 24, 2014 Permalink  

    The Draft and the Vietnam War 

    My Seattle cousin, Beth Sanders, is working on a great project! You may want to get involved.

     
    • Paul Kohl 11:12 pm on March 24, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Jack,
      My wife, Izumi Ueda, passed this link to me because:
      1965: draft threatening so joined army to have “choice”
      Army Security Agency, Army Language School, Monterey California, met Joan Baez, went to her school for non-violent resistance, deserted, later turned myself in, refused orders after declaring myself conscientious objector, finally accepted transfer to medics with CO status, after year’s nursing training sent to VN (67/68), Bronze Star, was medical treatment for POW camp, after Tet offensive of 67/68 returned to US, sent Bronze Star back to Nixon with a suggestion of where he should keep it. Later, when I was teaching at MICA, I wrote a series of poems about my memories of VN…also, in a very real sense, all my work has been affected by that experience…
      Hope things are going well for you…
      Paul Kohl

      • Beth Sanders 9:14 am on March 28, 2014 Permalink

        Paul, Your personal history represents such an important part of our country’s history. Have you the doc Sir! No Sir? It’s about resistance within the military. Beth

  • jack rasmussen 4:58 pm on February 24, 2014 Permalink  

    Donald Kuspit on Augustin Fernandez 

    Wish I’d said that!

     
  • jack rasmussen 9:21 am on January 25, 2014 Permalink  

    Agustín Fernández: Ultimate Surrealist 

    This evening at 5:00 pm Donald Kuspit will talk about his most recent curatorial effort, Agustín Fernández: Ultimate Surrealist. The talk will be followed by a reception from 6:00 – 9:00 pm.
    “Every exhibition is an argument, and the argument of this exhibition is that Agustín Fernández is the “ultimate surrealist” by reason of his climactically bizarre treatment of the female body, the obsessive theme of a great many surrealist works, and because, to use Andre’ Breton’s words, his works have a more “immediate sense of absurdity” than other surrealist works, particularly if absurdity is understood to signal unresolved conflict between conscious perception and unconscious fantasy.”

     
  • jack rasmussen 8:51 am on January 25, 2014 Permalink
    Tags: , Ann Pibal, Dean Smith, Frank Trankina, Jill Downen, Tim Doud   

    Artist Bon Vivant Professor Tim Doud has invited… 

    Artist/Bon Vivant/Professor Tim Doud has invited four American University Visiting Artists to exhibit together in Sightlines: Ann Pibal, Jill Downen, Frank Trankina, and Dean Smith. The show opens here tonight, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, and is a perfectly-crafted subtly-stunning artistic kiss sandwiched between the psychologically-charged sexually-monumental restraints on the third floor (Augustin Fernandez: The Ultimate Surrealist) and the dazzlingly-effusive and supremely-requited love affair on the 1st floor (Washington Art Matters II: 1940s – 1980s).AU-KAC-Winter_e-Sightlines-03v-LR

     
  • jack rasmussen 8:59 am on January 21, 2014 Permalink  

    WASHINGTON ART MATTERS II: 1940s – 1980s (REALLY!) 

    Snowman JackI’m okeh now. Just a little brain freeze. Here are the 99 artists opening Saturday night, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, January 25, 2014. What a party!
    CARMEN ALMON, SHARRON ANTHOLT, TOM ASHCRAFT, SCIP BARNHART, CYNTHIA BICKLEY, SAM BOOKATZ, JACK BOUL, NIZETTE BRENNAN, WILFRED BRUNNER, JERRY CLAPSADDLE, PAT CRAIG, NOCHE CRIST, STEVE CUSHNER, ROBERT D’ARISTA, GEORGIA DEAL, PETE DEANNA, RICHARD DEMPSEY, JOHN DICKSON, JANE MARGARET DOW, JUAN DOWNEY, DAVID C. DRISKELL, WILLIAM DUNLAP, WILLIAM S. DUTTERER, SUSAN EDER, JANOS ENYEDI, ALAN FELTUS, CARLTON FLETCHER, FRED FOLSOM, GODFREY FRANKEL, HELEN FREDERICK, CHRIS GARDNER, H.I. GATES, GAY GLADING, JANIS GOODMAN, SIMON GOUVERNEUR, LEE HANER, GREG HANNAH, BILL HARRIS, RONALD M. HAYNIE, MARGARIDA KENDALL HULL, MICHAL HUNTER, SHEILA ISHAM, MARTHA JACKSON-JARVIS, PATRICE KEHOE, ED KELLY, KITTY KLAIDMAN, SIMMIE KNOX, POLLY KRAFT, WALTER KRAVITZ, DAN KUHNE, EDITH KUHNLE, MOKHA LAGET, MARIANNE LAROCHE, BLAINE LARSON, SIDNEY LAWRENCE, LAURIE LECLAIR, MARK LEITHAUSER, VAL LEWTON, ED LOVE, DALE LOY, MAX MACKENZIE, HERMAN MARIL, PERCY MARTIN, LEONARD MAURER, ALFRED MCADAMS, JONATHON MEADER, NAN MONTGOMERY, DAVID MOY, WILLIAM NEWMAN, NAUL OJEDA, DENNIS O’NEIL, BETSY PACKARD, WAYNE PAIGE, JACK PERLMUTTER, JAMES A. PORTER, ANN PURCELL, MARIE RINGWALD, ERIC RUDD, ENID SANFORD, ROY SLADE, ARTHUR HALL SMITH, ALAN SONNEMAN, E.H. SORELLS-ADEWALE, JEFF SPAULDING, BROCKIE STEVENSON, LOU STOVALL, DUNCAN TEBOW, ELLIOT THOMPSON, GENNA WATSON, ANDREA WAY, MINDY WEISEL, JAMES LESESNE WELLS, FRANKLIN WHITE, WILLIAM WILLIS, JOHN WINSLOW, WILLIAM WOODWARD, KEN YOUNG, ANN ZAHN, ANDREA DE ZEREGA

     
    • billroseberry 8:27 am on January 23, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Peter Charles? Raya Bodnarchuk?

      • jack rasmussen 9:21 am on January 23, 2014 Permalink

        Good choices.

    • Barbara Matteo Serbent 11:25 am on January 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Snow date for the opening, we hope….?

    • Peter von zur Muehlen 10:50 am on January 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      This looks like an wonderful show. Won’t be able to come. Spouse is recovering from knee surgery.

    • Rosemary Wright 10:26 am on January 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Stackhouse? Terry Braunstein? Tom Green? Joyce Tenneson? Me?

      • jack rasmussen 8:17 am on January 22, 2014 Permalink

        Stackhouse and Green were in the first Washington Art Matters six months ago. I couldn’t find Joyce Tenneson. You and Terry will have to wait for Washington Art Matters III, when we get some curators with some sense!

    • Helel Frederick 9:27 am on January 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks Jack – I’ll be there for the reunion!
      Congrats to everyone.

  • jack rasmussen 12:37 pm on January 20, 2014 Permalink  

    WASHINGTON ART MATTERS II: 1940s – 1980s 

    Here it is, the best kept secret since KFC’s 11 herbs and spices:
    CARMEN ALMON, SHARRON ANTHOLT, TOM ASHCRAFT, SCIP BARNHART, CYNTHIA BICKLEY, SAM BOOKATZ, JACK BOUL, NIZETTE BRENNAN, WILFRED BRUNNER, JERRY CLAPSADDLE, PAT CRAIG, NOCHE CRIST, STEVE CUSHNER, ROBERT D’ARISTA, GEORGIA DEAL, PETE DEANNA, RICHARD DEMPSEY, JOHN DICKSON, JANE MARGARET DOW, JUAN DOWNEY, DAVID C. DRISKELL, WILLIAM DUNLAP, WILLIAM S. DUTTERER, SUSAN EDER, JANOS ENYEDI, ALAN FELTUS, CARLTON FLETCHER, FRED FOLSOM, GODFREY FRANKEL, HELEN FREDERICK, CHRIS GARDNER, H.I. GATES, GAY GLADING, JANIS GOODMAN, SIMON GOUVERNEUR, LEE HANER, GREG HANNAH, Bill HARRIS, RONALD M. HAYNIE, MARGARIDA KENDALL HULL, MICHAL HUNTER, SHEILA ISHAM, MARTHA JACKSON-JARVIS, PATRICE KEHOE, ED KELLY, KITTY KLAIDMAN, SIMMIE KNOX, POLLY KRAFT, WALTER KRAVITZ, DAN KUHNE, EDITH KUHNLE, MOKHA LAGET, MARIANNE LAROCHE, BLAINE LARSON, SIDNEY LAWRENCE, LAURIE LECLAIR, MARK LEITHAUSER, VAL LEWTON, ED LOVE, DALE LOY, LEONARD MAURER, HERMAN MARIL, PERCY, MARTIN, ALFRED MCADAMS, MAX MACKENZIE, JONATHON MEADER, NAN MONTGOMERY, DAVID MOY, WILLIAM NEWMAN, DENNIS O’NEIL, NAUL OJEDA, BETSY PACKARD, WAYNE PAIGE, JACK PERLMUTTER, JAMES A. PORTER, ANN PURCELL, MARIE RINGWALD, ERIC RUDD, ENID SANFORD, ROY SLADE, ARTHUR HALL SMITH, ALAN SONNEMAN, E.H. SORELLS-ADEWALE, JEFF SPAULDING, BROCKIE STEVENSON, LOU STOVALL, DUNCAN TEBOW, ELLIOT THOMPSON, FRANKLIN WHITE, WILLIAM WILLIS, JOHN WINSLOW, WILLIAM WOODWARD, KEN YOUNG, ANN ZAHN, ANDREA DE ZEREGA
    Curated By Benjamin Forgey, Andrea Pollan, and Jack Rasmussen. Opening January 25, 6:00 – 9:00 PM, American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC.

     
  • jack rasmussen 8:17 am on November 22, 2013 Permalink  

    Two of Washington’s Finest Get Their Due! 

    What a way to start the day! With my Washington Post!Lisa Brotman and Ed Bisese get the coverage they deserve (except Art In America, etc. have not yet shown up to publicize that we don’t just make messes in Washington. We make ART!).

     
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