Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Termite Art in The Village Voice: Vol. LI, No. 2

R. Emmet Sweeney on Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye:

"...he lives day to day, still searching for "the decisive moment" to capture in his frame and his sketches, until the past sneaks up like a burp, which he demonstrates with gaseous gusto."

Matt Singer on Hoodwinked:

"This cartoon version of "Little Red Riding Hood" tells and retells its story from a variety of perspectives, all of them boring."

Sweeney on I'm Taraneh, 15:

Mouchette and Rosetta, meet Taraneh, Iran's representative in the perennial Miss Teen "Victim of Cruel Fate" pageant.

Singer on his experiences as an intern:

"A bad internship is a slippery slope of degradation and exploitation."


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