Un-remark-etable

July 23, 2008 · Print This Article

For those of who loved Anne Elizabeth Moore’s interview last year , the CBC’s show Q has done a recent response to the erosion of the artist Fauxreel’s integrity and his new campaign for Vespa. They also talk about the “outing” of Banksy.

Tuesday, July 22
Graffiti artist Fauxreel a.k.a. Dan Bergeron. He recently lent his street-art aesthetic to an advertising campaign, and now he’s taken some heat from his fans. We ask about street cred and selling-out. And. The Chris Farley Show. That’s the title of a new biography about the SNL funnyman, co-written by his brother, Tom Farley. He looks at the complex man behind the laughs. Plus, torture victim or fashion victim? Our look at the aesthetics of terror. Guest hosted by Nora Young.

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  1. […] was the commercial vs. art argument. Here we go yet again. But NYTimes is also on it. UPDATE: More fuel for this […]

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