Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Party’s Over, by J.W. Phillips

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ABOUT NEW YORK – 1996 – THE PARTY’S OVER     Premonitions and alienation flit across the intersecting planes of Ginnie Gardiner’s, About New York, like a long static close up of a gifted actor’s face somehow registering concern, loss, sadness, regret, fear, hope and despair in succession without contorting a single feature, or seemingly so much as lifting an eyebrow.   Its cool palette of dominant blues and greys contrasts with the statico antonym of interweaving montage images.  A […]