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Re: Coming Event in Walla Walla



My recollection of Walla Walla, through which I drove in 1985, was its 25
mph speed limit.  The town is not large, but it's 25 mph everywhere, and
its people DRIVE 25 mph!
Charles Schermerhorn

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> From: charles alexander <chax@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Coming Event in Walla Walla
> Date: Monday, June 01, 1998 7:43 AM
>
> At 10:36 AM 6/1/98 -0700, you wrote:
> >I've been to Walla Walla!  It's a lovely town - city, my husband and I
> >really liked it!  AND JIM DINE?!  The solid black paintings that people
> >couldn't help touching from the 60's Jim Dine? I thought he was dead!
Just
> >goes to show how much I know!  Wow, sounds like quite the line up...
wish
> >we were driving through Walla Walla again!
> >
> >Cheers!
>
> Dine is certainly alive. Still making wonderful paintings and more. I
> remember seeing a big retrospective of his work at the Walker Art Center
(I
> drove about 6 hours to take that one in) in about 1983, accompanied when
I
> saw it by a marvelous poetry reading by Robert Creeley. Have there been
> more recent showings of a large body of Dine's work, and available
> catalogues of such exhibitions?
>
> charles
>
>
> charles alexander   ::   poet and book artist   ::   chax@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> chax press   ::   alexander writing/design/publishing
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