This site was established in 2014 and has evolved over time. Some years I have done a lot. Some years very little. The early writing came from a cultural space: from personal essays illustrated by Picasso’s early works, to summaries of early Marxist texts, to Mad Men theorizing, to poetry (lots of poetry), flash fiction and essays.
Images from Modern Art at first reigned supreme. Then, due to copyright restrictions I started to make my own. Now, I have devoted this site mostly to writing in abecedarian sequence. I love the illogicity of language.
In tribute to the original name of this site:
In the Spring of 1874, sixty-five artists held an exhibition, outside of the official annual Salon, at 35 Boulevard de Capucines in Paris. It was a big scandal. They called themselves the Anonymous Society of Painters, Sculptors, Engravers, Etc. The critics called them the “Impressionists.”
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