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Re: some thoughts on Ted's queeries about art and self esteem and,oh yeah, looping
You'd have to ask Mr. Glass (the source of the quote) about that. I've
only met a handful of non-US artists. My impression is that he meant that
since there is more support for the arts in Europe (financial and
otherwise), that American artists are forced to develop a stronger
self-reliance. And he's speaking as a man who drove a cab and delivered
washing machines to make ends meet until he was 41, six years after
"Einstein On The Beach".
Me, I just think that American artists are like, way cuter than everyone
>>Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 11:25:01 -0800
>>From: Richard Zvonar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: Re: some thoughts on Ted's queeries about art and self esteem
>>and, oh yeah, looping
>>At 3:54 AM -0800 11/19/04, Travis Hartnett wrote:
>>in my opinion--I'm afraid to appear chauvinistic but--American
>>artists are among the strongest in the world.
>Would you care to back that up?