Charles Krafft's Villa Delirium

Charles Krafft s Villa Delirium Charles Krafft s one of a kind artwork moves in provocative directions combining the highbrow with the gruesome in such works as his Disasterware Delft style painted plates featuring catastrophes and

  • Title: Charles Krafft's Villa Delirium
  • Author: Mike McGee Larry Reid Larry McGee Reid McGee
  • ISBN: 9780867195743
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charles Krafft s one of a kind artwork moves in provocative directions, combining the highbrow with the gruesome in such works as his Disasterware Delft style painted plates featuring catastrophes and Sponeware the human bone china Krafft s work has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper s Magazine, Artforum, and Juxtapoz With 60 color photographs, the full range of hiCharles Krafft s one of a kind artwork moves in provocative directions, combining the highbrow with the gruesome in such works as his Disasterware Delft style painted plates featuring catastrophes and Sponeware the human bone china Krafft s work has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper s Magazine, Artforum, and Juxtapoz With 60 color photographs, the full range of his plates, paintings, and other creations is sampled in this book, which also includes biographical information on this remarkable self taught painter The Art of Charles Krafft documents Krafft s major shows and productions.

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      Published :2019-05-09T11:40:19+00:00

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    1. In 1999, McGee helped form Bleeding Edge Spoken Word, under the directorship of his then roommate Over two and a half years, the two released 33 compilations of contemporary American spoken word Although the label is now defunct, McGee started his own imprints 3XMsound and 3XMpress, in 2001 in order to produce and release his own CDs and chapbooks.In 2001, after three years of competing at the San Jos Poetry Slam, McGee earned a spot on the slam team and went to his first National Poetry Slam held that August in Seattle, Washington He then returned to the National Poetry Slam with the same team in 2003 and 2004.In 2003, McGee co founded the Vancouver, B.C based talk rock trio Tons of Fun University with Shane Koyczan and C R Avery Their debut was before a crowd of 15,000 at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, July 2004 The trio has since toured extensively throughout Canada, performing primarily in music festivals.In 2005, McGee performed a revised version of his popular poem Like on a fifth season episode of Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry on HBO.

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