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His work is animated by the tensions created by its dichot-omies--between knowingness and innocence, grandeur and intimacy, constructivism and organicism, immediacy and monumentality, neo-expressionism and neo-geo, a traditionalist's love of oil paint with an assemblagist's resort to vernacular materials (bread, foil, glitter).
One of the central ways in which Kitaj countered the dominant artistic tendencies of his time was in his insistence that his pictures reveal themselves slowly, rather than hitting the viewer with their immediate visceral and visual impact, as was the case with Pop Art and Minimalism in the 1960s and two decades later with such tendencies as Neo-Expressionism or Neo-Geo.
A passage below the neo-Geo flats leads you into a world of unexpected courtyards, gardens and trees.
The Neo-Geo pocket color machine is being released Friday -- slogan: "I am not boy.
During the 1980s, Steinbach was shoehorned over and over into discussions of commodity fetishism, simulation, and neo-geo abstraction; but many early critics, in celebrations and denunciations of his work alike, seemed to overlook a key element of what he actually does, which is to assemble groupings of things.
97 Park Avenue, Ruislip Hugely controversial when built in 1936 to designs by those bright young Moderns, Connell, Ward and Lucas and neglected for many years, it is now beautifully restored and very different from your standard Neo-Geo or Joke Oak semi.
You've got to go back to the Neo-Geo system to find the roots of this classic side-scrolling shooter franchise.
Each issue offers readers the latest news, game reviews, and tips about the hottest new games on Nintendo 64, 3DO, PlayStation, Saturn, Super NES, Genesis, Game Boy, Game Gear, Jaguar, and Neo-Geo systems.