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About this blog: John Barry is the creator of trAction Painting, a process/performance genre in which he applies paint to large surfaces with bicycles, roller skates, and other wheeled conveyances. With Bill Carmel and other associates, he has bro...  (More)

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Paul Krassner (1932-2019) An Appreciation
Jul 24, 2019 3:00 pm
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By John A. Barry

When Paul Krassner was referred to as the “father of the Yippie (Youth International Party) movement," his response was, “I... More
Rubens and O'Neill This Summer
Jun 19, 2019 8:15 am
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This installment of Art Space ==I is a twofer. Bill Carmel writes about the largely unknown side of Rubens the artist: the diplomat. John Barry provides an... More
O’Neill Goes to the Movies
May 7, 2019 8:19 am
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By John A. Barry


The film industry has been good (and not so good) to Eugene O’Neill, who lived at Tao House in the Danville hills from 1937 to 1943,... More
The Immersive Experience: Monet at the de Young, February 16 to May 27
Mar 18, 2019 11:03 am
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By Bill Carmel, MFA

Few artists have the opportunity to be the agents of change in the course of art history throughout their lifetimes. After years of struggle,... More
The Evolution of ‘Vanity’ Publishing
Mar 6, 2019 8:25 am
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By John A. Barry

The ads were omnipresent. I remember seeing them in theNew York Times, the Boston Globe, and even in my hometown paper in... More
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