Ed Ruscha in Vienna

December 15th, 2012

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  • Ed Ruscha Curates at Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
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    Ed Ruscha by Dennis Hopper (See more photos and a clip The Last Movie by D.H.)

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    Happy Birthday Ed Ruscha!

    Happy anniversary to Vitro-Nasu. Ed Ruscha “Sin” was the first post published on Vitro-Nasu on his birthday, Dec 16, in 2004.

    Ed Ruscha

    December 16th, 2009

    Happy Birthday Ed Ruscha! He is 72 years old.
    This blog started with your birthday post in 2004 Dec 16. – vitro-nasu celebrates bonne anniversaire with you!

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  • Universal Studio on Fire

    June 1st, 2008

    EdruschauniRuscha (via) Gelatin silver print 1999

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    “We have duplicates of everything,” said Ron Meyer, NBC Universal president and chief operating officer. “Nothing is lost forever.” (via)

    Workers using a blowtorch on the roof of a movie set building facade at Universal Studios accidentally set a huge fire that swept through the back lot, fire officials said Monday. (via)


    December 15th, 2005

    Lonely and desperate

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    Dog Ed Ruscha Dog by Ed Ruscha

    Oof oof and various cheeses

    Ed Ruscha is 68 years old today (Dec 16) and this image made a first entry in Vitro Nasu.

    He found it at the movies (villagevoice 2004)

    Have you seen Ed in a film called “Choose Me”? Oof oof.

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    Update: Ed Ruscha is at Whitney now- “The Emperor at New Course” by late Theresa Duncan.

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    December 16th, 2004

    Happy Birthday Ed Ruscha!

    Ed Ruscha was born on Dec 16, 1937. (Sagittarius with Moon in Gemini – like John Kerry & James Agee. All three were born Catholic). He will represent America for 2005 Venice Biennale.

    Elaine Equi wrote of Ed at Jacket Magazine,
    “Like all skillful poets, he makes me see and think about words in a new way. His style is connected not only to visual traditions of minimalism, but also literary ones.”

    Same Old, Same Old – Symposium On Ed Ruscha:N+1

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    I’ve always felt a stronger connection to gas stations and telephone poles than trees; Ruscha makes perfect sense to me.(This public address)

    Rent “Choose Me” by Alan Rudolph, Ed Ruscha appeared as an
    actor in this quirky film.