Atlantis

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Atlantis

Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 18:03:05 GMT
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Subject: Atlantis

Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 11:28:05 -0400 (EDT)
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Welcome to Atlantis

In this space The Virtual Mirror will be offering music, art,
book and film reviews, as well as essays and art exhibits. Please note
that Atlantis will be making use of jpeg inline images.

millennium pop

In an excerpt from millennium pop's Spring 1995 issue, Dan
Bischoff looks at the Oklahoma City bombing, American paranoia and The
Internet's Effect on News.

Music Reviews

Glenn Ricci reviews Morphine's Yes, PJ Harvey's To Bring You My
Love, Elvis Costello's The Kojak Variety and King Crimson's THRAK, as
well as recent live shows by Morphine and King Crimson.

The Life and Art of Michael Powell

Jesse Garon reviews the second volume of acclaimed British
director Michael Powell's autobiography, Million Dollar Movie. Garon also
reviews Kazuyoshi Okuyama's first feature, the Mystery of Rampo.

An Exhibit of Albrecht Durer's Prints

Durer's prints have been captivating viewers for over five hundred
years. This exhibit contains links to four of the master's most celebrated
works.

Hypertext Reviews

The use of hypertext as a creative medium is in its infancy, but
there have been an ever-growing number of forays into the field. Here K. M.
Mennie reviews Kathryn Cramer's In Small & Large Pieces.

The Museum of Bad Art

The Museum of Bad Art opens its June 1995 show and offers the
first glimpse of the Virtual MOBA CD-ROM!

R.B. Kitaj and the Art of Memory

That Kitaj...has been so little celebrated in his home
country shows how parochial the art scene in America really is.

Gina Maranto reviews the Kitaj retrospective currently showing at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The review is illustrated
with five of Kitaj's works.

The Art of Aubrey Beardsley

Beardsley's unique style still seems "modern" almost a century
after his death. Here we present an exhibit of six of his drawings from
a variety of publications.

Mystery Reviews

Phil McAndrew takes a look at Paul Cain's short story collection,
Seven Slayers.

In the Business Directory

When we think of Florida, it's usually of sandy beaches and not
fine art. But Watermark Galleries, just a few miles from the Gulf Coast
and Tampa Bay, provides an exciting new venue for Florida artists
working in a variety of media.

Thomas G. Boss Fine Books has recently published A Selective
Checklist of the Published Work of Aubrey Beardsley. "This book, the
first bibliography to be published in half a century, resolves
longstanding ambiguities, corrects oft-repeated errors, and provides a
wealth of new information."

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