Category Archives: David Salle

Frederick Seidel and an Unmade Movie about Frank O’Hara

In the Guardian’s new interview with the polarizing poet Frederick Seidel, one exchange caught my eye.  Prompted by a recent review of Seidel by Dan Chiasson in the New Yorker — which had argued that “at his best, Seidel reminds me of a poet who … Continue reading

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David Salle: “I wanted to live in a Frank O’Hara poem”

The Brooklyn Rail has posted a new interview with the artist David Salle, who came to prominence in the 1980s as an important member of the “Pictures Generation,” which became known for its experimentation with appropriation, pastiche, assemblage, and pop culture imagery. In … Continue reading

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