Friday, September 28, 2007

it's my last day at work!

Jessica Stockholder Sex in the Office, 2007

Carolyn Swiszcz Office World, 2005


Elena Willis Padded Office 2004, C-print

Christine Hill Accounting Portable Office, 2003

Ian Kiaer Endless Theatre Project/ St. John at Patmos, 2003

6 Comments:

Anonymous lynn said...

Dear Ann,

Best of luck to you. I never really got into the dialogue of this blog but I often relied on your images when writing reviews. I will miss this! Yrs, Lynn

3:56 PM  
Anonymous dennis jones said...

Ann, Good fortune to you in your travels across Europe.

Best,
Dennis Jones

9:31 PM  
Anonymous GILDA said...

Have a great time, Ann! Take LOTS of pics and share them with us!

11:15 PM  
Blogger truth bomb said...

LATER BITCH !!!!

3:56 PM  
Blogger Julie Genser said...

Hello Ann, I am sorry we never met while you were here in Detroit. I grew up in the metro area and just moved back four years ago, checking out the art scene. Would you consider adding my art blog covering detroit art to your blog listings? Ever grateful, Julie Genser. Good luck to you in your travels, and I look forward to more postings!

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5:21 PM  
Anonymous XT Corporation said...

Press release

The XT Corporation on Behalf of the artist Ronald Warunek, needs to expand its outreach to a larger audience.

This Corporation is a public charity and not for personal gain. On our website: xt-3.com, we were

asking for large tax deductible contributions in exchange for a limited edition print. We have lowered our

request from $ 5,000.00; $10,000.00; $20,000.00 and $50,000.00; down to $1,000.00; $2,000.00; $3,000.00 and

$4,000.00. By doing this we hope to reach a larger audience. As an incentive, we are offering those who cannot

donate $1,000.00 or more the opportunity to help the artist and in turn help the hungry and homeless in our great city

of Detroit. In exchange for your help in finding a donation, in the new four giving levels, you will receive one of

three limited edition prints, in exchange for your help




Just a reminder that the most complex work of art ever created, can now be viewed on our website. "The Master" began

in 2004 and is in its 5th state, an evolutionary course from a simple to a very complex structure. Evolution as

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8:09 AM  

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