The opening few seconds is payback for the West Town Gallery network map. How dare you. Duncan has never eaten a bratwurst in his life.
Anyway. 52 weeks worth of shows. Damn.
“We’re not the first,
I hope we’re not the last
‘Cause I know we’re all heading
for that adult crash The times is so little,
the time belongs to us
Why is everybody in such a fucking rush?
Make do with what you have
Take what you can get
Pay no mind to us
We’re just a minor threat
We’re just a minor threat”
Chicago art legend William Conger!!! He’s taught many of you, heck he’s taught some of your teachers. Guest host Tony Fitzpatrick joins Duncan in this great discussion that covers everything from what a great guy Ed Paschke was, to a lengthy discussion of Wesley Kimler which is not to be missed. Much talk about art history in Chicago and an overall fascinating time.
The longest episode yet, but every minute is a gem.
Next week: Our anniversary show!!!
Duncan and Amanda interview Dan Devening about his current “editions project”, what printmaking is today, and his new exhibition space.
Everyone talks to Chris Walla, all around kickass guy and professor at Moorhead State University in Moorehead Minnesota.
And Duncan and Richard have a show that opens Saturday at the Suburban and an open Bad at Sports mic WTF?
The Suburban is Located at 244 West Lake Street, Oak Park, IL.
On the “El” it is the Ridge Land Stop on the Green Line.
You should check it out.
Julia Marsh from BAT joins Duncan for some reviews of group shows around Peoria Street. Terri Griffith talks American Psycho with Duncan and there is a solid digression into Eddie Murphy’s failed pop music career. Richard and Duncan talk about their upcoming show and are mean to some jerks who sent us pithy e-mails to complain. Much fun is had by all. This week’s intro contains some music by local supergroup Colossal.
Duncan interviews Marc LeBlanc,
Texas checks in led by Laura Lark and Jeff Ward.
Richard is moving and unhappy.