Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Wednesday May 11, 2005

Filed under: General — m759 @ 11:00 AM
Art History

Reuters – "Joe Grant, a legendary Disney artist who designed the Queen/Witch in 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,' died of a heart attack while doing what he loved most, drawing, the Walt Disney Co. said Monday.


Grant, 96, died at his home in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale last Friday while sitting at his drawing board."

"With a little effort, anything can be
shown to connect with anything else:
existence is infinitely cross-referenced."

— Opening sentence of
Martha Cooley's The Archivist

From Log24 last Friday,
a Greek cross:

Pandora's box, according to Rosalind Krauss

Click on picture for details.
And from Sunday, May 1
(Orthodox Easter)

Rosalind Krauss,

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Columbia University's
Meyer Schapiro Professor
of Modern Art and Theory:

"There is no painter in the West
who can be unaware of
the symbolic power of
the cruciform shape1
and the Pandora's box

The Wicked Queen's Box

of spiritual reference2
that is opened
once one uses it."

Click on pictures for details.
Related material:
Nine is a Vine3.

1, 2, 3 Today's birthdays:

1 Natasha Richardson, born 11 May 1963,
   Jedi wife and costar of Nell
2 Martha Quinn, born 11 May 1959,
   MTV wit
3 Frances Fisher, born 11 May 1952,
   dazzling redhead

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