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IN THE WAITING ROOM
Mamma Andersson
2003
Andersson paints the silent companionship of women in interior spaces — that sometimes inarticulate but understood company (our real friends are sometimes our ghost friends) — so perceptively that I’d like to believe, like me, one of her favorite activities is sitting on floors while her friends pack or organize things, spring clean or busy themselves with to-do lists. 

IN THE WAITING ROOM

Mamma Andersson

2003

Andersson paints the silent companionship of women in interior spaces — that sometimes inarticulate but understood company (our real friends are sometimes our ghost friends) — so perceptively that I’d like to believe, like me, one of her favorite activities is sitting on floors while her friends pack or organize things, spring clean or busy themselves with to-do lists. 

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Bush paints because Bush can do anything. Every American dream, Bush got—an Ivy League education, running his own sports team, even the presidency. When each dream ended in failure, he grinned and moved on. Bush’s paintings are one more way of turning away from the past
George Bush’s Paintings Aren’t Funny - Molly Crabapple - POLITICO Magazine (via nathanjurgenson)

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