Month: July 2016

Episode 178 – Arthur Lubow

Virtual Memories Show #178: Arthur Lubow “Photography has never been made coequal to the other arts. Yet, you might say it’s superior, because it’s more dangerous.” Arthur Lubow‘s fantastic new book, Diane Arbus: Portrait of a Photographer (Ecco), explores the life and death of a key figure in the history of photography-as-art. We talk about…

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Episode 177 – MK Brown

Virtual Memories Show #177: MK Brown “I have a folder of work that I can never print, but you just have to get them out.” Legendary cartoonist MK Brown joins the show to talk about her lifetime in comics and art, her years with B. Kliban and how they worked out opposite work/sleep schedules, the ups…

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Episode 176 – Malcolm Margolin

This is one of those Must-Hear episodes of The Virtual Memories Show, people! I know I love all my kids, but I admit this one’s pretty special; give it a few minutes and you’ll understand why. Virtual Memories Show #176: Malcolm Margolin “What I’m passing on to people is . . . the capacity to have…

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Episode 175 – Paul Mavrides

Virtual Memories Show #175: Paul Mavrides “My parents thought comics lowered your intelligence and ruined your chances in life. They were absolutely right, as it turned out.” Legendary artist and cartoonist Paul Mavrides joins the show to talk about Underground Comix, the Church of the SubGenius, the Zapruder film, black mold, Idiots Abroad, Richard Nixon’s…

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