Tuesday, September 19, 2006

cranbrook @ MIA

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cranbrook grads in pontiac. sounds good. they show up. bring their buddies. make pontiac a little classier. that's it. I am out of words tonight.
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suk jin choi
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jacque liu
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mike richison
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mira burack

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narine kchikian
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chris erchick
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12 Comments:

Anonymous sear's best said...

Any of them got jobs yet?

11:19 PM  
Anonymous DooDoo McSlappy said...

let alone, move out of their parent's basements

7:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the biggest question these artists and thier works ask is "Would you like fries with that?"

9:10 AM  
Anonymous matt d. said...

why such antagonism?! i doubt that any of these previous commentors even saw the show.

what a fucked-up art world we live in. where this is perceived as honest criticism.

such personal attacks do a disservice to the entire art community. reflecting most poorly on everyone and everything done here.

10:55 AM  
Anonymous milkdud said...

as long as detroit has such inbred yahoos puking their whiny tripe on everything we'll never join the art world proper. by putting us all down, they keep us all down. they slather their lack of esteem on everything and everybody. criticism is one thing and welcome but abusive blathering only dumbs down all of detroit art.

11:53 AM  
Blogger detart said...

What's with the crap?

I happen to know at least some of them are employed and living independently, and who cares?

Shouldn't it be about the work?

Which at least looks interesting enough to me to make we want to go there.

1:23 PM  
Blogger elizabeth isakson said...

this view of these artists is provencial and close-minded, and has proved, sadly, that this study is right: an american paradox article.

and what amazing, creative jobs to all of these critics have? i'd rather paint and bartend than be trapped in a cubicle.

2:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

couldn't we persume that the first three posts are from the (former?) students themselves?....what's more cranbrook than those comments?

6:37 PM  
Anonymous zewgt said...

Persume away.

9:21 AM  
Anonymous matt d. said...

. why does everyone on this blog talk about everything but the art on view?!

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Iwenttocranbrooksmfa said...

"presume" sorry. gosh.

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Charo said...

"why does everyone on this blog talk about everything but the art on view?!"

In this case.....come on! It would be a compliment to say this stuff looked like high-school protfolio work.

Except Smokey the Bear. that piece is dope.

9:45 AM  

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