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All Art Radio Part 6

June 30, 2005
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A 5-hour compilation of all art concludes this series, patching a fast and bumpy fabric together from multiple ’50s science fiction stories about art, painting and the Cold War, Salvador Dali, contemporary debates on whats art and why, the history of American art genres, and art music galore.

5 Hours (2 mp3s)

All Art Radio Part 5

June 23, 2005
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The neglected art of drawing by kids and adults leads this march of all art. A photographer whose subjects are dead people in the morgue runs into social resistance, an artists poll of paintings people want painted, David Ross expounds on arts changing parameters, Mark Paulines art of mechanical destruction, and once it gets late enough, more dirty words in one place than youve ever heard before.

3 Hours

All Art Radio Part 4

June 16, 2005
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After piles of artist complaints about Andy Warhol, we return to our traditional ALL art formula for artists only, where every artist can find an artist to like. Ranging from Samuel Morse the painter, early Surrealism, comic painters, and theres Andy again, to David Lynchs sight and sound, and landscape painting, we are once again on track with everything everybody wants.

3 Hours

All Art Radio – The Pop Years

June 9, 2005
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This is entirely about early-to-late-’60s pop art and music. Mainly, this is about Andy Warhols career in art, from commercial illustrator to high art guru, and how the concept of popularized celebrity entered the NYC fine art world, along with the seriously impressive work that expressed it, changing American art forever. Listen to Bob Dylan (the other ’60s pop artist featured extensively here) making /”Like A Rolling Stone./” Watch extremely boring movies that resulted from turning on the camera and just letting it run. Notorious glamor and fashion becomes an artistic goal amid the production of artworks in multiples mirroring our commercial landscape of mass product presences, and POP goes the art market. And it ruined a lot of people. /”Everybody warned me not to go near Andy Warhol…/”

3 Hours