My frequent collaborator, New York City artist Dale Williams, has a new solo show at the Gowanus Loft (61 9th Street, Brooklyn)
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The title pays homage to jazz drummer Max Roach’s groundbreaking 1960 recording We Insist! – Freedom Now Suite.
Like Roach’s creation, the exhibition consists of five parts, each offering new perspectives on American history. There are three large new paintings and two new sets of drawings.
Below is the monumental (11’ by 57’) work entitled A Panoramic Fantasia of American History Centered on the Untimely Death of Robert F. Kennedy:
Four excerpts from Chapter 21 of it all melts down to this—a novel in timelines appear the summer issue of New Delta Review. To view the piece follow the link below:
Bat City Review—a literary journal out of the University of Texas (Austin)—is featuring Chapter 5 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines.
To sample this work, follow the link below
Chapter Nine of it all melts down to this—a novel in timelines appears in issue one of The Hunger. To view the piece follow the link below.
The first excerpts from Cage Dies Bird Flies Phase III, Giant Miniature Illuminations, appear in the second issue of Epic Eye, a national journal much longer, wider, and slicker than those I usually publish in:
A spread consisting of eight works from Phase One of “Cage Dies Bird Flies,” my on-going collaboration with painter Dale Williams, will appear in Issue #60 of the Hayden’s Ferry Review. To visit this print journal’s website, follow the link below:
Soon these chapters from it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines will be appearing in the following literary journals:
“Chapter 13”—Hotel Amerika (University of Nebraska), spring 2017
“Chapter 8”—SLAB (Slippery Rock University), spring 2017
“Chapter 12”—The Off Beat (Michigan State University), spring 2017
Each timeline (or chapter) in this experimental work was created in response to a drawing the artist Dale Williams left on my desk chair without warning in the Midtown Manhattan office where we both worked to support our art endeavors.