The cache, dubbed william s. burroughs word horde 2.0, is priced at $260,000. Apparently some institution, or somebody with that kinda bus fare, alrea...
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The retrospective at New York's New Museum exposes Gysin as a restless experimenter with a consistent vision, an inconsistent style, and an enduring commitment to several art forms.
It seems like the art world has gone crazy this week!
"Brion Gysin: Dream Machine" opens today (July 7) at the New Museum, in New York, and runs through Oct. 3. It is the first U.S. retrospective of Gysin's work as painter, performer, poet, and writer.
Well, the World Cup has officially ended (congrats, Spain!), and some of you are probably left feeling a little lost and without purpose. Let the art world bring you back to life!
Jed Birmingham discusses the importance of little magazines to William Burroughs and their role in the publication and reception of Naked Lunch.
He said he was a poet, too. I no longer recall what we talked about, but it didn't take long for him to invite me back to his room at 9 rue Git-le-Coeur, the so-called Beat Hotel.
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