a brief history of john baldessari

see also: baldessari, baldessari, and baldessari (not necessarily in that order.)


2 Responses to “a brief history of john baldessari”

  1. May 21, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    Excellent vid, thanks for sharing! Interesting guy, though I must admit – Tom Waits could read from the dictionary and it’d still make me listen to the end. He’s like a bed-time story teller in Hades!

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