Pop Culture goes Gang Bangin with Madonna
Oct19

Pop Culture goes Gang Bangin with Madonna

Denver media is up in arms about Madonna brandishing arms. It’s a song about Gang violence – and yes about the problems with a gun society.

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Art and the Slow Road via Basel
Aug30

Art and the Slow Road via Basel

This summer has been a world wind tour of where and who has sold the most at an art fair.  Yet the “bubble” mania that entities like Forbes seem to watch really are not in a bubble at all.  Here is why: Consider Art and Stock investments. You invest in stocks or bonds with a short investment horizon – say 3 years.  Traditional financial planning says you should be sitting in cash for any short, less than 1 year maturity or expectation...

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Many faces of Marilyn Monroe 1953
Jun01

Many faces of Marilyn Monroe 1953

The grand celebration continues in the art world for Marilyn Monroe.  In her absence, the starlet and pretty face permeates to the youngest of fans and connoisseurs alike.  How one image becomes more important to a social dialogue over another depends on a host of factors, one of which is visibility. In 2011, artists have access to Marilyn imagery almost where ever they turn.  They can turn her upside down, inside out,...

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Trailers that disquise – and why
Sep23

Trailers that disquise – and why

With the abundance of content online, knowing what is a great way to spend your time often comes down to the 140 characters used by film makers – the trailer.  There is no questioning that high end resources can yield a smashing intro to a compelling, film worthy of your ticket or rental dollars.    Too often the trailer is the only thing worthy in a film; in certain cases the trailer neglects it’s content that it’s...

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