Archive for: Domingos

Monthly Stumblings # 17: Marco Mendes

In all the rawness of his social realism, without tricks or self-complacency, the representations and portraits of the surrounding friends are also a testimony of our current times and of his generation. – Lígia Paz

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Monthly Stumblings # 16: M. S. Bastian, Isabelle L.

Is context everything? Maybe not, but it means a lot…

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Monthly Stumblings # 15: John Porcellino

There’s a low-key sweet, quiet, melancholic visual music playing in Porcellino’s backgrounds. As he put it, better than I ever could, it’s: “A really simple grace.” A Schulzian ode to suburbia…

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Monthly Stumblings # 14: Tim Gaze

From page to page of 100 Scenes we witness a restless, lively world. It’s like a godless theogony in which trial and error coexist.

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Monthly Stumblings # 13: Carl Barks

Walt Disney’s Donald Duck “Lost in the Andes” by Carl Barks and Rich Tommaso is the first tome of a new Carl Barks Library.

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Contempt: A Visual Reading and Other Loose Ends

Contempt is about the impossibility of loving in a world where The Odyssey can’t be filmed.

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Monthly Stumblings # 12: Shannon Gerard

Unspent Love addresses themes such as hope, fear, and human frailty.

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