Kristen Schiele


Painter said...

Kristen Schiele @
Sloan Fine Art
128 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002

zipthwung said...

Animation backdrop feel. Anything from Disney to the Jetsons. definite nostalgia - wysteria choked aristocratic decay. Neo gothic medievalist revival mixed period modern to late modern by way of inheritance and accumulation. Reactionary.

Baby its cold out side, give me the pills.

Where is the detailing on the newel post? DOn;t haunt me like that.

Idon'tbathe said...

There is a misunderstanding here. Ferran Adrià is not a Spanish name, but a Catalan name. Ferran and Adrià are both accented in the two last syllabes:

Ferran is a two-syllabe name, with the second on accented. Adrià is actually a 3-syllabe name, with one's voice hitting the last "a": "Ah-dree-'ah"

The "e" in "Ferran" and the first "a" in "Adrià" are both neutral like in English "at"."
More likely to win the lottery" than eat at El Bulli? Let's take a look at this math: 8000/300000=1:37.5. 1:37.5>1:25,827,165

zipthwung said...

The ads are taken from magazines/ journals titled “Clínica Rural” and “Glosa”. Anyone know anything about these journals? Most of the advertisements seem to be related to pharmaceutical products so it’s a great follow up to my previous post on Swiss modern design in the chemical industry. "Rising costs will ... consume nearly all projected federal revenues ..."

zipthwung said...

The establishing shots of the Overlook Hotel are of The Timberline Lodge located on the slopes of Mount Hood in Oregon. The Overlook, as seen in the film, doesn't exist in real life, the interiors of the Timberline Lodge are different to Kubrick's sets, however it is true to say the Overlook is an amalgamation of bits of real hotels located in the USA.

CAP said...

This more like it!

Now it really feels like PNYC again!

Painter is back everyone!

No Rush said...

Is it only reactionary if you don't like the (film) reference? I dont remeber any one saying reactionary about Rossson Crow or Dufresne or even Daniel Richter

Idon'tbathe said...


The Four Hundred love to sing it
Ford and Morgan swing it

Hands up high and shake your head
You'll soon see red
Doing the reactionary

Don't go left, but be polite
Move to the right
Doing the reactionary

Close your eyes to where you're bound
And you'll be found
Doing the reactionary

All the best dictators do it
Millionaires keep steppin' to it
The Four Hundred love to sing it
Ford and Morgan swing it

Hands up high and shake your head
You'll soon see red
Doing the reac-
Doing the reac-

So get in it, begin it
It's smart, oh, so very
To do the reactionary!

CAP said...


JpegCritic said...


Such a quick post --
You must really like this show Painter!

Me go see.

I see german licks in this.
In a nice way.

poppy said...

nothing beats ripping off the germans right now that's for sure
lick it up

zipthwung said...

Is rosson crow in Leipzig or is that just a complete fabrication of my mind?

poppy said...

does my account work or what?

poppy said...

if this is so completely derived from others why is it so hot for folks,..
tis the season for mimetics,. all you need then is some decent writing to go with it, then again, maybe not....

CAP said...

Sometimes Leipzig is just another way of saying Toronto.

Hi ho!

Whatever that means

CAP said...

Kirsten no relation to Egon, I suppose?

Schiele, pronounced Sheila - except in Australia where there is a perjorative sense to the common name (and most things).

Anonymous said...

There is a perfect thing called - form
And many things make up this
Time is form
Aspect is form
Memory is form
A smile is form
Many things
Many forms
Make the thing

Very interesting space, without prudence.
The little chair in this, I guess, is to place us in that position.

CAP said...

You think that chair is little?

Try sitting on it.

No Rush said...

The important thing about the chair is that its empty. This painting reminds me of the Remedios Vara from way back when.

...navigating through shattered and reclaimed domestic environments, where the abject and stereotype give way to a renewed and empowered feminine presence.

No Rush said...

two ways to choose
on a razors edge
remain behind
go straight ahead.

room full of people, room for just one
if i can't break out now, the time just wont come.

two ways to choose
which way to go
decide for me
please let me know

looked in the mirror saw i was wrong
if i could get back to where i belong, where i belong

two ways to choose
which way to go
had thoughts for one
designs for both

if we were immortal, we were not there
washed up on the beaches, struggling for air

i see you face still in my window
torments yet calms, wont set me free
something must break now
this life isnt mine
something must break now
wait for the time
something must break

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No Rush said...

i dont see it much either, that's why I pulled it from the press relese.

rosson crow is in la--and shes got the guts that Schiele lacks. But it takes all kinds, right CP?

No Rush said...

sterling ruby at metro pictures - divine

zipthwung said...

No guts no glory, thats what I always say. CLimb that hill, pilgrim. Peas porridge, hot. Thumb.

Mousey. Thats a pejorative and I'm sure its been said.

Is mousey a way to combat facism and the heroic in general? Like jocks vs. nerds or good frat bad frat?

No Rush said...

Modest Mouse. Every hipster in America would answer--yes, it is!

Not me tho.

Becasue here it is. You are protected by your subcultcha. Or your frat. But now i'm old, nobody will let me in their group. So I just get to be an average american which really really sucks.

code pink baby

zipthwung said...


lookat the one dude!!! Look at im! Look! What a boob.

zipthwung said...

Little Jack Horner sat in the corner
Eating his Christmas pie,
He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum
And said "What a good boy am I!
The Year Without a Summer, also known as the Poverty Year, The Year There Was No Summer or Eighteen hundred and froze to death, was 1816, in which severe summer climate abnormalities destroyed crops in Northern Europe, the American Northeast and eastern Canada.[1][2] Historian John D. Post has called this "the last great subsistence crisis in the Western world".[3] It appears to have been caused by a volcanic winter.

arebours said...

obleak,sans sangue

zipthwung said...

As a consequence of the series of volcanic eruptions, crops in the above cited areas had been poor for several years; the final blow came in 1815 with the eruption of Tambora. In America, many historians cite the "Year Without a Summer" as a primary motivation for the western movement and rapid settlement of what is now western and central New York and the American Midwest. Many New Englanders were wiped out by the year, and tens of thousands struck out for the richer soil and better growing conditions of the Upper Midwest (then the Northwest Territory).

Idon'tbathe said...

I recently thought that perhaps Indonesia is the center of the Earth since three of the most powerful volcanic explosion in mankind history happened in this archipelago. I am not the expert on this matter, that's why i will quote some information from Wikipedia.

No Rush said...

Its down to me, oh thats what I said
The way she talks when shes spoken to
Down to me, the change has come,
Shes under my thumb
Say, its alright.

Idon'tbathe said...

CROWD (variously)
Lemme see! Watch out!
What's he gonna say?
Who's Jim:Jim Conley?
Why they gonna call that man?
Wait a minute!
Lord, 'nother nigger:
Watch out!
Looka this!
What's he gonna say about:?
What's he gonna say?
What's he gonna say?
Watch out! Look! Jimmy!
Will ya looka that?
Now wait a minute!
He's no good - No damn good:
Puttin' on airs!
Slick as an onion!
Who's this?
What's he gonna do?
What's he doin'?
He's askin' him a question!
What's he gonna say?
What's he gonna say?

zipthwung said...

Bored with the chemistry yet? Cheer up, it gets worse.

The fabled will-o’-the-wisp and jack-o’-lantern are said to be manifestations of swamp gas. However, since methane does not ignite spontaneously, we suddenly find that this phenomenon of nature has become more phenomenal. Sounds redundant, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not nearly as redundant as using a mystery to explain away other mysteries. So, to account for the will-o’-the-wisp how does the gas ignite to provide the necessary flame? Baptized in all my tears
Baby through the years
You know Im crying

Idon'tbathe said...

Deux romances ou plutôt deux contes, chantés par le mythique duo Paul McCartney et Michael Jackson
Le style est typiquement celui de Paul McCartney et Michael l’a bien réussie avec sa douce voix.

tb said...

You have to see these in person. The surfaces kept me up close and I had to remind myself to step back and take them in.

They are dense and claustrophobic, but very intimate. It's like locking eyes with an autistic kid.

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Paul Pincus said...

kinda boring.

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Anonymous said...


"reactionary richter"

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