HV/Series/Episode/ Work by: Katie Davis · Larry Massett · Jonathan Richman · Susan Stamberg
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036 Paintbrush: Lives of the Artists
Host: Larry Massett of Hearing Voices
Airs week of: 2009-12-02 (Originally: 2008-11-05)
“Paintbrush” (52:00 mp3):
Sound-portraits of painters:
Singer Jonathan Richman puts forth the proposition that Pablo Picasso was never called an @#%hole; recorded in 1972, released on the 1976 album The Modern Lovers.
Susan enlists elementary school kids to evaluate the paintings of Pablo Picasso. Their art crit proves accurate and insightful. Co-produced by host Larry Massett.
The poet paints a depiction in prose of her pal Pablo.
A history of injuries and inspiration unfolds in this an audio biography of the legendary Mexican artist.
From Jonathan’s 2008 solo CD Because Her Beauty Is Raw And Wild.
Painting: Les Demoiselles d’Avignon detail
Pablo Picasso Museum of Modern Art, New York
by Gertrude Stein
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