Urs Fischer's Problem Paintings!
"That was 1970. Less than two weeks into the job, Frykholm found a use for his screen print studies. “We have this picnic every year,” an executive told him, “and we’d like you to do a poster for it.” Looking for inspiration, Frykholm put an ear of corn in his mouth and asked a colleague to make a quick sketch. From that, Frykholm made the stencils and prepared the screens. He and his colleague printed 50 posters by hand after hours."
The ever so fascinating stories about Gordon Matta-Clark's FOOD... I have been reading a lot of them lately.
A still life with artichokes, radishes, asparagus, plums, cherries and peaches in a basket, together with a ham
and pig's trotters on pewter plates, a herring, a tongue and some butter on blue-and-white dishes, mulberries in
a blue-and-white bowl, a knife, bread, cherries, grapes and a lemon with a broken berkemeyer glass, all on
a table partly draped by a white cloth.
Happy new year friends. May it bring you plenty of good things!
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