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Re: [BKARTS] Dirty Looks for Dirty Books

I guess the following's relevant to this thread:

WOID #XIII-1. The Rudie

Announcing a new competition, the Rudie Award for Excellence in 
Detecting Dirty Art (RAEDDA).

This competition is dedicated to a former mayor of New York City, 
based on the premiss that if you think elephant dung's bad you need to 
get out and look at art more.

Periodically the impartial jury will issue summary descriptions of 
Important Works of Art in Major Museums. Contestants must identify the 
Important Work and its Location. The winner will earn a free admission 
to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. So will everybody else, of course. 
Are you ready?

Question number #1: this work depicts a young man in a dress, with 
rouged cheeks, surrounded by older men, one of whom is making the 
gesture for 'intercourse" with his hands. Sausages are much in 

Hint: Experts in Dutch Baroque, their families and friends, are not 

Paul T Werner, New York

WOID: A journal of visual language

----- Original Message -----
> From:    Jules Siegel <siegel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Jules Siegel, Pornographer
> <http://www.cafecancun.com/bookarts/gordon_inkeles>

It was rejected by PRWeb.com 
> because of a
> link to an ADULT image! Can you believe that, folks? So you prudes 
> there better stop right here because the offending picture is on the
> front page of Book@rts. The Sun has nothing on us.

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