Who Says Avant-Garde Is Dead?

Published November 19, 2019 in Warp & Woof Who Says Avant-Garde Is Dead? Postmodernism Hasn’t Killed It Yet William Sundwick When art critic Clement Greenberg wrote in 1939 that the opposite of avant-gardewas kitsch, he was referring to the struggle then between artists who had a burning desire to be creative and the exigencies ofContinue reading “Who Says Avant-Garde Is Dead?”

Proto-Punk and The Stooges

Published March 30, 2017 in Warp & Woof Proto-Punk and The Stooges William Sundwick Rock ‘n Roll started this way in the 1950s. You had poor, unknown, young musicians who had a desire to make music for other young people … especially, at the beginning, for dancing. But, since it became apparent, early, that manyContinue reading “Proto-Punk and The Stooges”