The New York Times Sunday Book Review did
its thing on Erin Hogan's book, "SPIRAL JETTA
A Road Trip Through
the Land Art of the American West. " It is a cute title that in its own
irreverence reifies a certain reverence for these often not so roadside attractions.
I got a kick out of Vanderbilt's review and the book itself is probably targeted
for the overeducated who haven't spent much time alone in a car and suspect
they are missing something of the American experience (they are).... it's no
wonder the Jetty is replaced by the Jetta. Artvergugen?
Holland Cotter takes on the expected
onslaught of summer group shows
. The funny thing about Portland is we have
a lot of good solo shows in the summer. We get a lot of Bay Area and New York
tourists during July and August so it's worth putting on good solo shows.
BS Houston has had
it with Red Bull
. How does this compare to BMW's
this is great: "probably targeted for the overeducated who haven't spent much time alone in a car and suspect they are missing something of the American experience"
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