Adrienne Crew on LA BARONNE EMILE D’ERLANGER
Adrienne Crew on Dion Fortune’s THE SEA PRIESTESS
He mocked authority with irony and absurdity.
He shot the most glamorous photo of all time.
He deserves to be known for more than wallpaper.
He returned Southern Soul to its Country roots.
“The Beguiling of Merlin” tells this painter’s own life story.
Adrienne Crew on “The Message” (1982)
He just may be pop-culture’s first postmodern man.
Like a comet, she appears now and then to dazzle us.
Mother Earth or a Galactic Goddess, naked and in distress.
Funk was brought to us by an alien race — not to mention Starchile.
Spaceships are dangerous… and a source of rescue.
Pedro Bell, George Clinton, and the secret origins of Afrofuturism.
Beware!!! It’s… the avatar of lowbrow schlock-producers!!!
His escapist schlock helped get us into this mess.
He was a transmedia personality before the word’s invention.
Her steely eroticism lent a sense of refinement to depraved encounters.