Tag Archives: Auto-Destructive Art

I Just Can’t Get Enough Spanish Fly: Stewart Home interviewed by Joan Cabot

I did this email interview a few weeks ago for Mondo Sonoro in Spain who mostly cover music but were interested in the translation of my novel Memphis Underground. I figured they’d have had time to run it in Spanish … Continue reading

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Gustav Metzger opening at the Serpentine Gallery

The Gustav Metzger retrospective Decades 1959-2009 is the most extensive single exhibition of auto-destructive art ever to be held in London. Not just the work, but also the head-on collision between the Serpentine as a chic white cube space and … Continue reading

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50 Years of Recuperation….

“The newspapers are devolving, bit by bit, into shopping guides. The ‘quality’ magazines are just coded investment advice. One turns with hope to the blogosphere, only to find that it mostly just mimics the very media to which it claims … Continue reading

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