Art Review No. 4 – Lady Pink and Me

In 1982, while Lady Pink was hanging out with Jean Michel Basquiat, Lee Quiñones, Keith Haring, DONDI, FAB 5 FREDDY and REVOLT, I was a scrawny sixth-grader in catholic school.

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My Pinup Girls 2 – Maya Deren

Maya Deren…
Ukranian-born master of trance cinema, vanguard of the American avant-garde film movement and outspoken film theorist. Deren went on to influence Stan Brakhage and Kenneth Anger as well as David Lynch, particularly his movie “Lost Highway”. Maya’s first film, “Meshes of the Afternoon” cost a whopping $275 to make. She was a director, writer, cinematographer, editor, performer, entrepreneur, and self-promoting machine.

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