Episode 72: Reviews with Velliquette

January 14, 2007 · Print This Article

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This week, The Bad at Sports Staff Meeting intro! Michael Velliquette joins Amanda and Duncan in review shows galore, heck maybe even yours. Don’t miss it.

We are doing a show from CAA, if you are interviewing, being interviewed, presenting, or just there for the non-stop action and fun, we are looking to get brief reviews of the experience from you! E-mail us and we will set up a meeting place at CAA to record.

Michael Velliquette
Joey Fauerso
The Stray Show
Deitch Projects
Michelle Grabner
Nancy Mladenoff
Douglas Gordon
Jenny Saville
William Wegman
John Stewart Curry
Laura Lark
Jeff Ward
Packer Schopf Gallery
Rich Lehl
NW Coast Invasion
Rebecca Raven
Eric Stotik
Ed Wicklander
Dan Attoe
Navta Schulz Gallery
Henry Darger
Paul Gauguin
Fifty/50 Gallery
Cynthia Plaster Caster
Giola Gallery
Jason Ruhl
Martin O’Connor
Oprah Winfrey
Susan Gescheidle
Peregrine Honig
Chris Jahncke
Abigail Lazkoz
Kacy Maddux
Ilona Niemi
Casey Roberts
A.A. Rucci
Erika Somogyi
Chris Uphues
Patrick W. Welch
Marcel Dzama
Yayoi Kusama
Howard Fonda
Chris Cosnowski
Marianna Levant
Gallery 40000
Too Check Effect
Amanda Ross-Ho
Three Walls
Knitting Factory
Cat Mazza
Bruce Mau
Scott Wolniak
Bodybuilder and Sportsman Gallery
DCKT Contemporary
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_72_Reviews.mp3

25 thoughts on “Episode 72: Reviews with Velliquette”

  1. katie sehr says:

    yes. the sooner on sunday, the better.

    btw, thank james elkins for me. i just finished the objest stares back and i am in the middle of tears and pictures…

    Another time was in front of the one agnes martin print in the collection and reindhart’s 10 x 10 silkscreen portfolio.


  2. Meg the intern says:

    Duncan looks high.

  3. Amanda says:

    he is high, and always have been. you don’t want to see him sober. there is lots of crying.

  4. Jon Bollo says:

    Duncan, Amanda, you two may have been referring to the same pattern, and, oddly enough, maybe even the same sports team during your review coverage of Three Walls.

    Amanda, you were thinking of the Cincinnati Bengals (NFL), not the Detroit Tigers. Except their colors are orange and black {the Bears are orange and navy, the Broncos are orange and blue}.

    Duncan, you were thinking of the navy and orange Bears Zubaz brand pants, which surfaced in the early nineties and featured a striped animal pattern reminiscent of zebras and tigers.

    So, you might both have been thinking of different teams’ Zubaz prints, which are often indistinguishable unless you stare at the crotch logo.
    And if you do gaze upon the crotch logo, please get off on Damen.

  5. Richard says:

    That is because they are both high.

  6. Bahl Zahc says:

    Richard would know as I suspect he is selling to them all! The whole bad at sports group looks a little dicey.

  7. Duncan says:

    Who you calling Dice Bub?

    They are solid folks.

    And I’m clearly just distracted.

  8. katie sehr says:

    get a haircut duncan.

  9. katie sehr says:

    also, you may have a rival canadian art podcast host coming out of buffalo soon.
    i had nothing to do with it – i just sent your badatsports link and then bam! im sitting in a meeting and he says “xxxxxxxxx needs a podcast”…. huh…wonder where he got that idea.

  10. Richard says:

    No Canadian podcast could hold a candle to the BAS monster. Tell them to bring it, we will kick their pacificst asses.

    How dare you tell Duncan to get a haircut.

  11. Oh shit — you are going to CAA — I wish you had done so last year, i could have met you! I gave a great-big-ole-speech last year at the CAA, one of the most important of my career, but this year I’m too busy to make it!

    Duncan, get a haircut.

  12. Richard says:

    Leave Duncan be, he looks professorial.

    Before it grew longer he looked like Gallagher (Spelling?) and I kept offering to buy him a huge mallet and some suspenders.

  13. Marcy Hackbarth says:

    Duncan’s hair is sexxxxxxxy. I like it long and proud. Yum.

  14. anonymous says:

    America runs on Duncan.

  15. BahlSahc says:

    Duncan runs on crack.

  16. Joseph Mohan says:

    Fired? Yeah, well, I’ve been stealing office supplies this whole time.

  17. Hey Y’all- Enjoyed the show, it motivated me to get off my ass and go check out all the stuff I missed last time out. Have to say, though, I swung by the new (well, okay, new to me) Packer Schopf space, and totally disagree with the ‘department store’ characterization.

    It’s a big space, sure, but it’s big and open with a number of fairly distinct bodies of work by different artists, and (admittedly without the opening-night crowd packing the room) I enjoyed being able to immerse myself in a body of work by each artist… sort of more like a bunch of solo shows than an attempt at a coordinated and interrelated group show.

    *and* there was a painting with both a ufo and a hot-air balloon. i mean, c’mon, people!


    ps -is that a gun in richard’s hand?

  18. Richard says:

    How else do you think I manage to maintain some semblance of order at BAS meetings?

  19. katie sehr says:

    America runs on Duncan.

    let the silkscreening – of – t-shirts begin!

  20. lloyd says:

    random: bad at sports mentioned on art blogging la. you guys are getting a little more famous daily. but don’t let it go to your heads.

    http://art.blogging.la/ on jan 18th

  21. Don’t let it go to our heads? Then what’s the fucking point?

  22. Richard says:

    I’m already a deeply insane meglomaniac, I don’t think I need to be encouraged.

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