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Mar 27, 2014 HuskyQuaker commented on Ann Hamilton Gets Seattle's Million-Dollar Vote of Confidence.
Congratulations Ann Hamilton. Great choice! The best part? Sending a big Fuck You to local boys Robert Maki, Buster Simpson, Trimpin and Gary Hill. Pussy power yum yum good.
Feb 10, 2014 HuskyQuaker commented on The Fear of Being Made into a Woman.
Hulk think faggot make best bigot.
Dec 13, 2013 HuskyQuaker commented on The Last Days of Fifty Years of a Great Art Gallery.
Do not fear, my children. The little French dumpling will not go quietly into the night. She and her Stewball stable will continue to lurk the Seattle art scene and make a nuisance of themselves for another decade at least.
Jan 17, 2013 HuskyQuaker commented on You Thought the Long Walk Was Long.
The fact that her husband is confined to wheelchair makes all this walking business even more delicious, FUCK YEAH!
Jan 17, 2013 HuskyQuaker commented on Currently Hanging: Paul Komada's Knitting and Painting.
I can see the beginnings of a new Seattle art movement: Flaccid Aggressivism, FlaAg for short. As in: "My homeboy is down with AbEx FlaAg bro."
Nov 28, 2012 HuskyQuaker commented on Beyond in Front of You.
Blunder puke up Under Blue Cup, your daughters be hatin' each other.
Nov 28, 2012 HuskyQuaker commented on Beyond in Front of You.
Luis Croquer looks like a Chucky doll, but Croquer is proqueer and down with Detroit so it's cool and stuff. Now what if we hired a REAL curator? Oh yeah, Lizzy Brown got chased outta town by the Wolfman.
May 13, 2012 HuskyQuaker commented on Are You a Non-Rich-and-Powerful Person and Have You Ever Felt Excluded or Intimidated at an Art Museum? THEN JOIN US. (Queering the Art Museum Week on Slog, Part 7).
@ 4 nailed it. Museums are NOT public parks and I hate to see them treated like show-and-tell class rooms run by Nazi Liberal Nannies. The whole idea of Art as an educational tool is disgusting.
May 11, 2012 HuskyQuaker commented on A Freak Show Is A Freak Show Is A Freak Show: Art and Income Inequality.
"The prices of "priceless" things are predicated on nothing but the ability of the extremely rich to pay them." Um, NO. The prices of "priceless" things are predicated on the consensus of perceived value over extended periods of time.
May 3, 2012 HuskyQuaker commented on Bherd Is Pronounced "Be Heard".
After you've been havin' steak for a long time, Beans, beans taste fine. Shel Silverstein