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July 19, 1978 - Image 26

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Page 22-Wednesday, July 19, 1978-The Michigan Doily

BIRROCAL
PUZZLE
SCULPTURES

Berrocal's sculptures disassemble into many intricate
pieces, each of which is a virtual sculpture, in itself.
Wearable finger rings are elements of many of his
works. Berrocal's unique achievement is combining
visual beauty, tactile pleasure, humor and intellectual
play. Some of his signed and numbered editions have
appreciated as much as 1600% in ten years. Prices
from $150. Send $1.00 for 190 page color illustrated
catalog, reviews of recent museum and gallery one-
man shows and reprint of 14-page Berrocal article
from Scientific American, by Martin Gardner.
CENTICORE ARTS INTERNATIONAL
336 Maynard St. * Ann Arbor, MI 48104 " Tel: (313) 663-1812

Tunes draw crowds
Street musicians fiddle away, leaving their guitar cases open soliciting contribu-
tions from ardent fans and passersby alike.
Musical relioef
for savage souls

By R.J. SMITH and
OWEN GLEIBERMAN
Music, as they do say, soothing, as it
were, the savage beast. And certainly
there is no one quite as irate as the
bedraggled Ann Arbor Art Fair shop-
per. He slogs through the humidity in
search of the penultimate object-that
elusive, expensive masterpiece.
He shells out fistfills of moolah ifor a
frammed Uniroyal tire mounted on a
revolving turntable ... only to discover
his neighbors don't find him to be the
Bohemian idol he thoroughly expected.
In beast-dom, this is known as the true
savage.
But where one is apt to simply
throw up his arms and cry "the
hopelessness of it all!" there is no need
for lament-for there is a handy
remedy for the collector's syndrome. It
is a quick shot of bluegrass, jazz, or
numerous other types of music, ad-

ministered in heavy doses at virtually
every corner in town. With rest, careful
treatment, and repeated musical fixes,
the shopper will once again be on his
feet-and he may be tapping them.
Yearly, the Art Fair has been
broadening a toothsome mix of
professional-caliber musical talent.
Lois Lintner, co-chairperson of the Ann
Arbor Street Art Fair's entertainment
committee, claims that this year's crew
of performers will be more diversified
than ever.
Although rock and roll seems to have
fallen out of favor with the committee,
the festival planners have made con-
certed efforts to orchestrate a program
of bluegrass, country, jazz, and
classical ensembles. Except for the
crusted-over Aerosmith fan, all should
find an idiom or setting they can call
their own.
See CONCERTS, Page 23

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-PARTY TRAY SERVICE
314 Detroit St. Across from Farmers Mkt
Call 665-2266
Mon. Wed. Thurs. & Sun 11 am to 2Sam
Fri & Sat 11 am to s am-Closod Tuasday

down the steps at 309 East Liberty
995-4222
Come and see us during the Art Fair. We specialize
in natural fabric clothing of high quality but with a
low price tag. We also feature shoes, straw hats,
jewelry, and imported gifts. Take advantage ofi our
fantastic Art Fair Sale.

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