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James Victore is a designer, author, and artist whose work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. He is learning to be a writer. He can be found on Instagram: @jamesvictore and Twitter: @jamesvictore.
Outside my window: a gray day in Ann Arbor. Two cops—in shorts, on bicycles—glide by. A roiling sea of blue and gold middle-aged. . .
Vegetable fuchsia but faded, gilt
gone bad from its season in Hell. Plucked up
with dirt on its cheek, petrified
as a rose shut. . .
The '90s are back, and with them is George H. W. Bush's former attorney general William Barr.
Gary Indiana's Vile Days revisits his Village Voice art column from the 1980s, which found him skewering the art world's grotesque superficiality.
R. Kelly uses moves from the old-school playbook in attempts to survive his current scandals.