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STAINS REMAIN stories of becoming an artist in the 1960's. Sketches of the art world as it was: the lives, ideas, affairs, rivalries, friendships. The author relates encounters with celebrated artists such as Rothko and Rauschenberg, as well as the still unknown Serra, LeWitt, De Maria and many others. A zeitgeist of creative youth in turbulent times spreading energy and inspiration around New York City, then letting their long hair down at Max's Kansas City.

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Left
Robert Rauschenberg
A  memory from the book above.
photograph by Peter Moore

Right
A Night in Max's Kansas City from the book above.

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Quarry at Guilford, CT. from
Rocks – why so many stone walls?

Right
Jack and Jill, an office romance

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Lyric Hall from String of Pearls – abandoned ballrooms of New London. Photo:

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Carl from Shad - fishing the night river.

 

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Michael Flanagan's painting Atlas

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LONG SHADOWS A memoir of the transition of the Washington Market into today's Tribeca in the shadows of the World Trade Center Towers

. It first appeared in the Tribeca Trib in September 2000