El Anatsui in Venice and Los Angeles

In this week’s Art Talk (aired on KCRW 89.9 FM in Los Angeles and also delivered as an e-mail newsletter) Edward Goldman examines the resplendent work of African artist El Anatsui, who flattens cast-off screw tops and sews them together with copper wire to fashion metallic tapestries that resemble luminous waves and command entire walls. To take a look at El Anatsui’s work that drew rave reviews at the Venice Biennale visit his Web site at http://www.elanatsui.com
and don’t miss Edward Goldman’s always engaging commentary at http://www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/at

And on the domestic front, the little bird Phoenix is still alive.


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