- Jerry Saltz has written something in response to my post a couple weeks ago. I guess he did get yelled at.
"Two weeks ago, a blogger noted that in my article ‘Has Money Ruined Art?’ (October 15), I was guilty of using many of the same ideas, lines, and quotes that I have used in previous articles. The blogger called this ‘very lazy’; actually, he/she also called me ‘an undead zombie.'"
What is up with the use of "he/she"? He knows darn well I'm a man. Did our studio visit mean nothing???
Felt a little bit bad about that thing he had to write... but then I remembered that he has no problem gratuitously dumping on Dumas (without ever actually reviewing her), the stupid thing he wrote about Moti Hasson, all the Columbia crap... so, whatever.
- Spoke with Hudson about the products on display at Feature. Hudson first noticed Gentle Wind products in the homes of friends across the country in the 90's , and then "got into it a little" himself.
The products on display are not for sale through the gallery. Hudson is the one who did the Q&A with the Gentle Wind founder.
"I think they're more interesting than a lot of art" - Hudson. Okay, Hudson, over and out.
- Geoff Edgers article on B. in the Boston Globe. The photo of B. in the slide show is handsomer than the other photos I've seen.
RELATED: message from the Attorney General of Maine.