Twitter notes

#fullpost{display:none;} A few items cut and pasted from the Two Coats Twitter Feed.
  1. RT @fecalface: We got some photos from Clare Rojas show at Kavi Gupta Chicago –
  2. Painters scrutinize my Louise Fishman review here:
    And here:
  3. RT @aczine: Dannielle Tegeder at Priska C. Juschka: about 1 hour ago
  4. I’ll be talking about “Status Update” on CT Public Radio’s “Where We Live'” tomorrow at 9:45am about 6 hours ago
  5. Two Coats is envious: RT @hragv: “Just bought a Kindle” about 6 hours ago
  6. RT @artnetdotcom: Video of Cosmo Joe at the Madison MoCA, rep of the burgeoning trend of “performance painting” about 9 hours ago
  7. Loving Charlie Finch’s latest headline: about 22 hours ago
  8. What I’m giving for graduation gifts this year: 9:10 AM May 20th
  9. Chained myself to the desk writing about the Guggenheim’s Frank Lloyd Wright show for the next issue of The Brooklyn Rail. 7:35 AM May 20th
  10. Since when are artists such Pollyannas? PM May 19th
  11. RT @artnetdotcom: A blog devoted to Pre-Raphaelite art AM May 19th
  12. Pundyk on Holstad, Jones, Hoeber, Schutz, Tegeder and Simonson at MOMA’s Pecha Kucha night PM May 18th
  13. Via MWCapacity (http://mwcapacity.wordpress…): Joseph Noderer’s paintings 6:37 PM May 18th
  14. B’MoreArt’s images of the May 14 MICA Artwalk 6:24 PM May 18th
  15. Futuristic interiors of 60s furniture designer Verner Panton 6:15 PM May 18th
  16. Laurie Fendrich appalled by the sheer bombast of Anselm Kiefer’s studio in Barjac PM May 18th
  17. Everybody loves Carrie Moyer PM May 18th
  18. Art Observed presents George Condo 6:01 PM May 18th
  19. Regina Hackett’s images of abandoned places in art PM May 18th
  20. Two Coats review: Francis Bacon at the Met PM May 18th

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1 thought on “Twitter notes”

  1. Hey, thanks for the link. Too bad I didn’t actually add anything in that link. In fact, in subsequent ones I barely danced around what interested me about your review. Still, thanks.

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