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Bad at Sports Episode 115: Judy Ledgerwood with guest host Tony Tasset: Holy crap! This show is an instant classic. Richard returns;
not only to production duty but also, at long last, to interview duty. Painter and art legend Judy Ledgerwood is our guest. Guest host Tony Tasset joins
in on interviewing duties to ask...

Bad at Sports Episode 115: Judy Ledgerwood with guest host Tony Tasset: Holy crap! This show is an instant classic. Richard returns; not only to production duty but also, at long last, to interview duty. Painter and art legend Judy Ledgerwood is our guest. Guest host Tony Tasset joins in on interviewing duties to ask...

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Bad at Sports Episode 115: Judy Ledgerwood with guest host Tony Tasset: Holy crap! This show is an instant classic. Richard returns; not only to production duty but also, at long last, to interview duty. Painter and art legend Judy Ledgerwood is our guest. Guest host Tony Tasset joins in on interviewing duties to ask...

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68 minutes
Dirilis:
Nov 11, 2007
Format:
Episode Podcast

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Holy crap! This show is an instant classic. Richard returns;
not only to production duty but also, at long last, to interview duty. Painter and art legend Judy Ledgerwood is our guest. Guest host Tony Tasset joins
in on interviewing duties to ask the hard hitting questions. Not to be missed.
The following bio is shamelessly stolen from the Hyde Park Art Center, please don't sue us:
In the tradition of Modernist painting, Judy Ledgerwood paints
monumental abstract compositions that explore light, color, and
structure. Her paintings are formal, decorative, and tranquil while
simultaneously being highly personal, optically challenging, and
inherently subversive. In her compositions, she creates a dialogue that
is uniquely feminine but also powerful and authoritative. Early in her
career, Ledgerwood began incorporating traditionally feminine pastel
colors into her landscape based paintings in an attempt to challenge
and undermine the historically male-dominated tradition of gestural
abstract paintings. Today her compositions include circular motifs
typically associated with the decorative arts tradition. In the 1970s
many feminist artists identified and celebrated circular patterns as
being connected to female identity. Ledgerwood acknowledges this
tradition through her continued use of dot motifs, which she identifies
as her form of non exclamatory mark-making. Ledgerwood is the recipient
of a Tiffany Award in the Visual Arts, a National Endowment for the
Arts Award, an Illinois Art Council Award and two CIRA
Grants from Northwestern University. Her work is represented in the
public collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, the Milwaukee Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary
Art Chicago, and Swissbank New York. Her degrees are from the Art
Academy of Cincinnati, BFA, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, MFA.






If that weren’t enough, crack open a diet coke plus and sit
down for Mike Benedetto who is joined by Tony Fitzpatrick as they review the
new Jodi Foster Revenge thriller The Brave One during which they use the phrase
“Charles Bronson with tits?. 


And for you Encyclopedia Brown sleuths out there, allegedly there is a secret message from Tony Tasset hidden somewhere in the
show.
If you listen to one freaking episode of BAS this year it sure as hell better be this one.


 
Dirilis:
Nov 11, 2007
Format:
Episode Podcast