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Bad at Sports Episode 198: Leonard Bullock: This week Mark Staff Brandl interviews ex-pat artist Leonard Bullock. 
Here is some text crassly cut and pasted from somewhere else: Leonard Bullock originally from North Carolina and New York City,
has lived in Europe for the last 15 years,...

Bad at Sports Episode 198: Leonard Bullock: This week Mark Staff Brandl interviews ex-pat artist Leonard Bullock. Here is some text crassly cut and pasted from somewhere else: Leonard Bullock originally from North Carolina and New York City, has lived in Europe for the last 15 years,...

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Bad at Sports Episode 198: Leonard Bullock: This week Mark Staff Brandl interviews ex-pat artist Leonard Bullock. Here is some text crassly cut and pasted from somewhere else: Leonard Bullock originally from North Carolina and New York City, has lived in Europe for the last 15 years,...

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68 minutes
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Jun 13, 2009
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This week Mark Staff Brandl interviews ex-pat artist Leonard Bullock.
Here is some text crassly cut and pasted from somewhere else: Leonard Bullock originally from North Carolina and New York City,
has lived in Europe for the last 15 years, frequently exhibiting in
Switzerland and Germany. ... Bullock is a painters' painter, his direct facture
influencing many better-known contemporaries such as the young Swiss
artist Lori Hersberger. While Bullock often paints on surprising
surfaces such as fiberglass or silk, the most arresting aspect of his
work has been his mark-making, which is somewhat reminiscent of de
Kooning in that it aspires to an indexical demonstration of sensation.
Bullock does not copy his inspirational sources but rather updates
them. He aligns a wide variety of strokes into tilted vectors, forming
abstract totem poles that appear to swerve through space. His sense of
touch reveals a painter more concerned with Titian and with questions
of disparateness than with expressionism.












In the "outro" to this weeks show, Duncan defends the good name of Joseph Mohan, against Richard's inappropriate commentary.
Sortie:
Jun 13, 2009
Format:
Épisode du podcast