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Date registered: October 17, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Jana Napoli Radio Interview — October 31, 2012
  2. 4 works in progress at Julia Street — November 11, 2011
  3. YA/YA’s 20th Aniversary Party at 617 Piety — November 22, 2008
  4. why 700 dresser drawers? — January 30, 2008
  5. FLOODWALL stands on its own feet till 13 of October in Baton Rouge, LA. — July 21, 2007

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  1. FLOOD WALL — 7 comments
  2. Galleries — 4 comments
  3. YA/YA’s 20th Aniversary Party at 617 Piety — 2 comments
  4. FLOODWALL stands on its own feet till 13 of October in Baton Rouge, LA. — 2 comments
  5. Exodus — 2 comments

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Oct 31

Jana Napoli Radio Interview

This is a radio interview from the Creative Alliance of New Orleans with Jana Napoli and Carlos Neville talking about YA/YA and Floodwall.

Nov 11

4 works in progress at Julia Street

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New projects of mine that I opened at my new address on Julia street:  

Nov 22

YA/YA’s 20th Aniversary Party at 617 Piety

Dexter came from NY to film with Shirley Thompson who is adding to the Ya/Ya documentary … where they are now. this is what the space looks like…. coming soon,

Jan 30

why 700 dresser drawers?

Jul 21

FLOODWALL stands on its own feet till 13 of October in Baton Rouge, LA.

Apr 29

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Feb 28

Mardi Gras 2007

in the interim the Pheonix burns I have the best story.. I went up to a man that looked much like my friend Neil Alexander & asked”NEIL”? I thought he didn’t hear me & when I said it again….he kneeled down before me….. I didn’t know what to say!!!! what a beginning of a day …

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Apr 24

Galleries

I went to the Tate Modern last week. It has the perfect spot for Flood Wall. On inquiry I was given a document that said: “Exhibition proposals may be sent to Paul McAree in Exhibitions and Displays at the Tate Modern. All proposals will be considered by curatorial staff, however, it must be stressed that …

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Jan 16

FLOOD WALL

this is a small section of what the wall will look like, a view of intimacy and loss As families returned to assess the damage to their homes and neighborhoods, one of the first signs of life was the appearance of a heap of trash at curbside. The 600 drawers incorporated in Napoli’s installation were …

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Jan 08

You can still tell its Christmas in New Orleans

The men in camouflage are now, though, in Jackson Sq. The ducks are walking the suburbs But the Satsuma men are still on the highways. Arlo Guthrie played on Jacson Sq for New Years Eve…

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