October 4, 2002 - frieze - frieze issue 70
October 4, 2002

frieze issue 70

frieze issue 70


In the new issue of frieze, Bruce Hainley examines the recent collaboration between Keith Edmier and Farrah Fawcett by setting a Pop Quiz. A starter:

Keith Edmier and Farrah Fawcett, 2000 , is an example of:

a) The intensification of the blurring of entertainment and culture

b) The delusions of love

c) The beauty of belief, sincerity and happiness

d) Folie à deux on a grand scale

e) The conservatism of so-called cutting-edge art

f) Post-Warholian exuberance, rule-breaking, and potential for contemporary art

If Keith Edmier and Farrah Fawcett, 2000, can be said to provide a theory of love, after looking at it one could conclude:

a) It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all

b) Love is blind

c) What’s love got to do with it?

d) Love is a battlefield

e) Love is the drug

f) What the world needs now is love

There are another 18 questions plus: Jennifer Higgie on Beatriz Milhazes, James Roberts on Takashi Murakami, Dale McFarland on Jean-Frederic Schnyder, Tom Morton on Roger Hiorns, Lars Bang Larsen on Henrik Olesen and Michael Wilson on Olav Westphalen.

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