July 2012

Scene4 Magazine - Commentary and Views on the Arts

The Fever Dream of Captain America
Michael Bettencourt
Scene4 Magazine: Michael Bettencourt |
 This bloody swamp of spite, whining, selfishness and social/economic injustice. Which might be tolerable if it didn't cause such injury to the body politic.

Something Has Happened
 Arthur Meiselman
Scene4 Magazine: Arthur Meiselman |
Something momentous has happened. It should have been shouted in large black type across the front page of the New York Times. It wasn't.

The Richness of What We Do
Nathan Thomas

Scene4 Magazine: Nathan Thomas | A young man sits on a wooden bench 2,500 years ago and sees a king who rips out his own eyes  at the horror of killing his own father and marrying his own mother.

The Man Who Wrote The Longest Novel
Les Marcott

Scene4 Magazine: Les Marcott | www.scene4.comHe was an eccentric, a philanthropist, a businessman, temperamental, a complex man living in a simpler time, the "Streetwalker's Hamlet"

Claudine Jones

Scene4 Magazine: Claudine Jones | I've stumbled and fallen and gotten back up in pursuit of art so many times, I've lost count; the irony is that it took so much effort, the reward was paled in significance.




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