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Zarko’s Notebook/My Notebook

The previous two posts featured Alex’s notebook and Peter Handke’s notebook . Now Zarko’s notebook with spaces left for drawings by Nina Pops: As I work on my half of our book “We: A Friendship,” I leaf through my own notebooks … Continue reading

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Daily Dose of Immortality

In the afternoon sunshine, John’s death certificate glows bright green on my desk. Never married. Sex: Male. Not a veteran. Autopsy: yes. The sun transforms the books on the north wall into an ordered riot of colors. In a radio … Continue reading

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Nina Pops Exhibition in Leverkusen: Cassata!

Zarko just sent the catalogue for the show, featuring our discussion with Nina over good Greek food. Click on the pages for larger images.

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An Essay by Zarko Radakovic on Nina Pops’ Exhibition “Cassata”

Deutsche Welle has just published an essay by Zarko on the wonderful exhibition. Here a photo of the writer and the artist at the exhibition: And click here for the essay (in Serbo-Croatian).

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Nina Pops, Cassata!

Nina Pops’ exhibition Cassata opened last night in a beautiful space in Leverkusen, across the Rhein from Cologne. Pictures of the exhibition can be seen here: http://ninapops.blogspot.de/2015/08/cassata-bayer-kultur-erholungshaus.html

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Nina Pops at Work

Pictures from Nina’s studio in Köln as she prepares for a major exhibition at the Bayer exhibition space. Aluminum protected by an adhesive layer she strips off in the end. Oil, pigment (a whole kilogram followed by another kilo), fiberglass … Continue reading

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Learning Cyrillic / Ћзрилица

“Learning Cyrillic” is the title of a story by David Albahari, in a translation by Ellen Elias-Bursac, published in Words without Borders, January 2007. It is also the title of a book of short stories, soon to appear in a US edition … Continue reading

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Nina Pops’ Cutouts

Nina Pops continues to make her cutouts. Here a couple of new ones:   I find these cutouts as interesting as anything I’ve seen recently. Whether in a book, in a frame, or simply on a table, their simplicity makes … Continue reading

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First U.S. Solo Show of Works by Julije Knifer

534 WEST 26TH ST JULIJE KNIFER FEBRUARY 6 – MARCH 15, 2014 Mitchel-Innes & Nash in New York City is announcing their exhibition of works by Julije Knifer, the first such solo exhibition of his works in the United States. … Continue reading

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New Work by Nina Pops

Nina Pops sent me, this week, several photos of new work. The geometric forms are still evident, various and complicated and as simple as forms in the context of other forms can be. New is the cutout. Nina has put … Continue reading

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