Sita Sings the Blues

Sita Sings the Blues

This morning I found an email from Richard Holland that simply stated “utterly awesome” with a link. I clicked on the link and found myself at the home page for the film Sita Sings the Blues. I had seen the movie poster while I was at the Gene Siskle Film...

Tuesday’s Video Pick: 80s Art Institute Commercial

I found this really cheesy commercial from the Art Institute while I was searching for a video of Sol Lewitt on Youtube. It was made in 1988 to commemorate the Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Building. I sort of wish that this music would play in the lobby as you bought...

Renzo Piano on the Art Part of the AI’s Modern Wing

Last Friday while out and about I listened to architect Renzo Piano’s interview on WBEZ Chicago Public Radio’s 8:48. I found the part of the interview where Piano talked about his personal relationship to art to be particularly memorable. When architecture...

Standard Operating Procedure Documentary

Errol Morris the director of “Thin Blue Line” and “Fog of War” new film about the Abu Ghraib photos asks: Is it possible for a photograph to change the world? Photographs taken by soldiers in Abu Ghraib prison changed the war in Iraq and...
BAS Giveaway: Arcade of Cruelty

BAS Giveaway: Arcade of Cruelty

Up for grabs this week is a copy of Joseph Larkin’s “Arcade of Cruelty. You know the drill email me (megonli@badatsports.com) and lucky number 11 will get the book. via William Jones for Graphic Novel Reporter “Crass-for-the-sake-of-crass comics...