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  • Author:
    Rene RICARD
  • ISBN:
    0933732007
  • ISBN13:
    978-0933732001
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    DIA; First edition (1979)
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    93 pages
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In 1979, the DIA Foundation published Ricard's first poetry collection, René Ricard 1979 – 1980, which was modeled after the Tiffany Christmas catalog, right down to its turquoise coloring.

In 1979, the DIA Foundation published Ricard's first poetry collection, René Ricard 1979 – 1980, which was modeled after the Tiffany Christmas catalog, right down to its turquoise coloring.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780933732001. Release Date:January 1979.

René Ricard (born 1946) is an American poet, art critic and painter. Ricard was born in Boston, and grew up in Acushnet, Massachusetts. As a young teenager he ran away to Boston and assimilated into the literary scene of the city. By age 18 he’d moved to New York City, where he became a protégé of Andy Warhol. He appeared in the classic Warhol films Kitchen (1965) and Chelsea Girls (1966).

Flag as Inappropriate. Ricard grew up in Acushnet, Massachusetts. By age eighteen he’d moved to New York City, where he became a protégé of Andy Warhol.

This is not a Thanksgiving Pumpkin, 1989. Jean-Michel Basquiat, Rene Ricard. Radiant Child", 1981, Artforum Magazine, Rene Ricard Article, The Holy Grail !, 1981. VINCE fine arts/ephemera. Metric Conversion, 1990.

Ricard was born in Boston and grew up in Acushnet, Massachusetts. By age eighteen, he had moved to New York City, where he became a protégé of Andy Warhol. He appeared in the Warhol films Kitchen (1965), Chelsea Girls (1966), and The Andy Warhol Story (1966). He also appeared in the 1980 Eric Mitchell independent film Underground .

I’ve never worked a day in my life, Rene Ricard, then 32, wrote in an essay for The New York Times Op-Ed page in 1978. If I did it would probably ruin my career, which at the moment is something of a cross between a butterfly and a lap do. .Mr. Ricard wasn’t being disingenuous, really, though as a poet, an influential art critic and a painter in his own right, perhaps he was selling himself short.

His collections include Rene Ricard 1979-1980 (1979), which was published by the .

His collections include Rene Ricard 1979-1980 (1979), which was published by the DIA Foundation to look like the Tiffany Christmas catalog; God with Revolver (1990); Sarcophagus Co. (1990); and Love Poems (1999). In the 1980s, Ricard began to paint poems, sometimes directly onto antique prints or other found works. A monograph of these works, Paintings and Drawings, was published in 2003. Poet Kevin Killian described Ricard’s poem paintings: Words twist across the surfaces of Ricard’s painting like clotheslines woven from military ribbons, striking attitudes, deft and sassy