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Simone Kearney’s poems can be found in Post Road Magazine, Elimae, Maggy, Sal Mimeo and Supermachine. She received her MFA in poetry from Hunter College, and in 2010 she was a recipient of the Amy Awards from Poets & Writers Magazine. She works for the Thierry-Goldberg Projects gallery in the Lower East Side, and is an adjunct at Pace University. She is also a visual artist, and you can see samples of her work at http://simonekearney.blogspot.com/). She lives in Brooklyn.

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  • Adam Fitzgerald February 25, 2010, 6:24 am

    Hey, Simone, love the art—never knew about T before.
    How did you discover him?

  • Joe Weil February 25, 2010, 1:37 pm

    The first drawing with the onlookers heads/necks veering one way, and the birds another is wonderful. I like the movement in all the drawings, especially the tilting chair in the third which is tilting ever so slightly with the man leaning on it. I saw Tiepolo’s work many years ago (a friend attempted to draw copies). Thanks.

  • d shapiro February 25, 2010, 8:28 pm

    No one seems to believe that one must discriminate between the different
    Tiepolos–signed Art Police for Traditional Unconditional Memory.

  • Simone Kearney February 25, 2010, 8:44 pm

    thank you, the ghosts of gianbattista and lorenzo speak through you, my friend. they don’t want to be given credit where no credit is due. These are the works of GIOVANNI DOMENICO TIEPOLO, not to be confused with his other, not so wobbly-wristed, gifted blood-relations.

  • Acklebee April 3, 2012, 9:38 am

    Father and son. Yes. These are drawn by the son Domenico

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