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    • Narrative Painting: Ut Pictura Poesis
    • Manhattan, N.Y.C.Bad PaintingNew Image
    • Downtown Manhattan N.Y.C. Bad Painting (New Museum, NYC 1/14/78 - 2/28/78 ) “a rejection of the concept of progress perAsger
Jorn se. . . . [...] freedom to do and to be whatever you want.." "Bad Painting" catalogue.
    • Bad Painting‘Bad’ is slang for ‘good’Bad signifies an attitudetowards painting…. Paul Thek Big BangPainting (1987)
    • Times Square Show, 1980.In June 1980, more than a hundredartists installed their work in anempty massage parlor near TimesSquare. Organized by Colab,the Times Square Show includedgraffiti artists, feminist artists,political artists, Xerox artists,performance artists, and everyonein between.
    • "New York/New Wave" held at PS 1, Institute for Art and Urban Resources (1981).
    • Whitney Independent Study ProgramSeminar with artist Donald Judd at his studio in 1974.On Judd’s left is Ron Clark, and on his right is artist Julian Schnabel.See http://whitney.org/Research/ISP
    • Julian SchnabelBlue Nude with a Sword(1979/80)Oil, wax pastel, plates andbondo on masonite, 244 x274,5
    • Julian SchnabelThe Patients and the Doctors
    • David Salle
    • Hilton KramerThe Revenge of the Philistines: Art and Culture 1972-1982
    • Gérard GarousteThe Prostitute with Anamorphoses
    • La Transavanguadia Italianaby Professor Achille Bonito Oliva. 1980 Giancarlo PolitiEditore. 127pp.The Transavantgarde refers to the Neo-Expressionismmovement in Italy. The movement launched in the late1970s and generally refers to artworks, in traditional media(paintings and sculptures), with eclectic and apoliticalimagery.Several Transavantgarde artists are influenced by themeslike history, popular culture and non-conventional art.Artists of this movement have included: Sandro CHIA,Francesco CLEMENTE, Enzo CUCCHI, Nicola DE MARIA,Mimmo PALADINO, and Remo SALVADORI.http://www.achillebonitoliva.com/ Scicillian critic Oliva wascurator of the 45th Venice Biennale; he teaches History ofContemporary Art in Rome.
    • Carlo Maria MarianiThe Hand Submits to the IntellectOil on Canvas1983http://www.carlomariamariani.com/home.html
    • John Currin
    • Giancarlo Politi
    • Sandro Chia
    • Sandro Chia BMW 3 Series
    • Francesco Clemente
    • Elizabeth Peyton
    • Glasgow, Scotland
    • BALTHUSThe Street(1933)
    • Strawberry Switchbladeat the Spaghetti Factory(now Stravagin’)Gibson Street, Glasgow 1981
    • Billy McKenzie The Associates Orange Juice – Poor Old Soul Postcard Records Glasgow 1981
    • Louis Wain’s illustrations featured onPostcard Records logoand Blancmange Happy Families
    • Adrian WiszniewskiAttack of a Right Wing Nature
    • Caspar David FriedrichWanderer over the Sea of Fog (1818)
    • John Everett Millais John Ruskin (1854)
    • Adrian WiszniewskiA Man Tied Up in his Own Composition (1996 version)
    • John Everett Millais John Ruskin (1854)
    • Charles Saxe-Coburg-Gotha A Vision of Britain (1988)Poundbury is a mixed urban development of Town Houses, Cottages, Shops & LightIndustry, designed for Charles Saxe-Coburg-Gotha by Architect Leon Krier on theoutskirts of the county town of Dorchester, Dorset, England
    • Peter FullerFounder of Modern Painters(1988-)Peter Fuller Memorial Society:www.artinfluence.com
    • David Hockney and R.B. Kitaj - New Review (1977) 59
    • Frank Auerbach
    • Terry AtkinsonC1. The Long winded, hysterical and pretentious titles of Marxist Prejudice;Tankshit. Shrapnel, (made by Krupp, Essen) bursting upon Mk 1 tank (made byMetropolitan Wagon and Finance Company, Wednesbury), Black Watch (Dundee)and New Zealand (Otago) infantryman. Battle of Flers- Courcelette, Somme,September 1916.(1979, Conte and gouache on paper on canvas)
    • Caspar David FriedrichWanderer over the Sea of Fog (1818)
    • West Germany(FDR - Bundesrepublik Deutschland)ZeitgeistMartin-Gropius Bau, West Berlin 1982 66
    • Anselm Kiefer
    • Anselm Kiefer, Occupations, 1969, in Interfunktionen magazine (1975) 68
    • Innenraum (1981)Sulamith (1983)
    • 72
    • Martin KippenbergerCapri by Night (1982) 73
    • 74
    • Kai AlthoffUntitled(2000)Lacquer, paper, watercolourand varnish on canvas50 x 50cm
    • Neo RauchNew YearOil on Canvas
    • Maschenmode, Torstrasse, Berlin 1999-2004Galerie Guido W. Baudach 2004- Marcus Selg The Settlers, 2004, 300 x 450 cm, computerprint Late November 2000: Opening of the artists’ haunt d i r t conceived by Thomas Zipp and run in collabo- ration with Guido W. Baudach in adjacent premises formerly housing a driving school (d i r t existed until May 2001). Aim: to finance the exhibition programme while simultaneously creating a spatial division between the art and the parties.
    • Thomas HelbigBrown Wave2001Oil on CanvasPainted from a DIY art book