2004 – Paul Resika


Paul Resika
“After I returned to New York, I lived on Washington Square North, near the Cedar Bar. All the artists who came over to my studio and saw these paintings told me that I was crazy.” It is easy to see why. In the middle of the Abstract Expressionist milieu, with Pop art and Minimalism on the rise, Paul was thinking of Venetian paintings. Having already studied with two teachers, Wilson and Hofman, Paul set out to teach himself. Nothing, it seems, was to be rejected or ignored.

— John Yau

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COVER FEATURE
– Paul Resika
by John Yau

FEATURE ARTICLE
– Blanche Lazzell
The Provincetown Print
by David Acton

FEATURE ARTICLE
– Lillian Orlovsky
“I Would Like to Meet Lillian Orlovsky”: A Conversation
by Susan Rand Brown

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