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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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Graphite #10, by Nina Pops

I walk past this drawing 20 times a day, and each time I stop and look again. The paper is made by the Arches paper mill in France, founded in 1492. The French pronunciation is “arsh” (although that’s a bit … Continue reading

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Art and Nature / Nina Pops and Sagebrush

I have always made a sharp distinction between art and nature. The former is a subjective response to nature. The latter simply is nature. Two drawings and a painting by Nina Pops and a stick of sagebrush our dog Blue … Continue reading

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Nina Pops: Zarko and Scott — Scott and Zarko

To celebrate the work Zarko and I are doing together, Nina Pops has done two drawings. Mine will soon be in Utah. Zarko’s will stay in Koeln. Here they are, however, together:

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Nina Pops, Book 10, 18.5.2007, Apartment, Belgrade — 2009

This painting by Serbian-German painter Nina Pops has been hanging on our wall for a month now. It was part of the November exhibition “Querschnitt” at Cologne’s Kulturbunker, for which I wrote an essay. It seems miraculous that the painting … Continue reading

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The Sonosopher

Alex Caldiero gave me this print a couple of years ago. I just had it framed and have been thinking about it. A few weeks ago I wrote about Nina Pops’ works that imagine a novel by Zarko Radakovic as … Continue reading

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