The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart #2019

The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart Filip Noterdaeme The Autobiography of Daniel J Isengart Using Gertrude Stein s THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALICE B TOKLAS as a template Filip Noterdaeme s THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DANIEL J ISENGART tells the story of two eccentric expatriates who find love in New Yo

  • Title: The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart
  • Author: Filip Noterdaeme
  • ISBN: 9781937402488
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart Filip Noterdaeme Using Gertrude Stein s THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALICE B TOKLAS as a template, Filip Noterdaeme s THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DANIEL J ISENGART tells the story of two eccentric expatriates who find love in New York City and carve out a delirious, dadaesque life on the margins of the contemporary art world A lovely romp with the absurd, beguilingly ironic about art and social sUsing Gertrude Stein s THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALICE B TOKLAS as a template, Filip Noterdaeme s THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DANIEL J ISENGART tells the story of two eccentric expatriates who find love in New York City and carve out a delirious, dadaesque life on the margins of the contemporary art world A lovely romp with the absurd, beguilingly ironic about art and social s, and quietly sincere about love It s hard to imagine anything charming Andrew Solomon
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    1. Unless you are James Wagner or Barry Hoggard, or perhaps Mrs Michael Feinstein, you will want to read this book but of that later There are many many characters in this story and who are they I can think of than a few who should be here but are not, but these who are will suffice a downtown mostly but not entirely art and museum crowd sent up delightfully, just where they belong if you ask me Heroes are Meow Meow, Tommy Tune, Penny Arcade and Filip Noterdaeme, and as for the villains well I ha [...]

    2. This book, about a gay couple striving to create their art and lives, to the extent they can be separated in 1990s and 2000s New York City, is filled with wit lots of puns , biting satire, many drag queens, urban freaks in the best sense , and other denizens of the city and the art world on the whole, it walks a very delicate line between the existential hope and despair that marks so many artists whose uncompromising vision relegates them to the fringes of the societies to which they do and do [...]

    3. It started out brilliantly I could not let the book down Funny at times hilarious without lacking in substance The first half reads like an art manifesto Past the middle, it is still enjoyable but repetitious he seems to recycle the same story by adding the names of pretty much everybody he has met in his life The last 20% of the book got almost too painfully ironic to read Here s a kinder review lambdaliterary reviews

    4. A must read for both fans of Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas and the art scene of NYC A bit gossip, a bit love story, and a lot of LIFE, just like the original by Stein 80 years ago

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