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David Janssen - My Fugitive by Ellie JanssenThis is the only authorized Biography of the late DAVID JANSSEN, the film and television star, most noted for his role in ABC Televison Series; THE FUGITIVE (1963-1967). Originally published in December, 1994 by Lifetime Books, Inc., Hollywood, Florida. This book was Co-Authored by ELLIE JANSSEN, Davids wife (1968-1972), and MICHAEL PHELPS. An intimate revelation of their marriage, and the agony of their divorce. Ellie Janssen held nothing back. Her love for David endured through it all. Ellies love and devotion to David never died. Following their divorce (at the time, it was the longest running divorce case in Los Angeles Court history)., Ellie never engaged in an affair with another man, she never remarried. Her love for David was painfully clear as she worked with Michael Phelps in writing this book. What Ellie failed to divulge in this writing, perhaps out of modesty or respect for David, is the fact that she was THE WOMAN behind the successful man. She orchastrated his career from his first staring role as RICHARD DIAMOND - PRIVATE, a role for which he was personally chosen by DICK POWELL. Ellie was the perfect Hollywood Housewife. She planned and executed the most flawless and memorable parties in their Holmby Hills home for Hollywoods A List. As part of their divorce agreement, Ellie received a ten percent ownership of THE FUGITIVE series (half of Davids twenty percent ownership). Ironically, it was Ellie who demanded David receive an ownership in THE FUGITIVE series at the outset, before the series became a huge hit. This provided Ellie with a comfortable income for the rest of her life. Sadly, Ellie passed away on July 7, 1999 in Portland, Oregon. She is survived by her loving daughters, Kathy and Diane. For Davids fans, an excellent tribute to David appears at: wwww.davidjanssenarchive.net Michael Phelps Co-Author David Janssen - My Fugitive July, 2009.
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Published with Iaspis. The relationship of art to work and the conditions of artistic production has long engaged many in the field of visual art. Work is a broad concept, the meaning of which has changed radically as a result of the social and technological transformations that have taken place over the past century. How can the artist's conditions of production be described, and what role can art and architecture play in societal change? The texts in this reader provide perspectives on some of these questions emerging from the series of seminars conducted during the late autumn of at Iaspis in Stockholm, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's international program for visual art, architecture, crafts, and design. The seminars brought together visual artists, architects, theoreticians, curators, and writers with diverse backgrounds and experience. They were arranged into three themes: the relationship between art and work, the current conditions of production and the organization of work within the field of visual art, and the role of art and architecture in politics and society.
Describing the relationship of art to work and the conditions of artistic production has long engaged many. Work is a broad concept, the meaning of which has changed radically as a result of the social and technological transformations that have taken place over the past century. What, then, is work today and what is its relation to art? What is the position of the artist if creativity has become a commodity? The seminars brought together visual artists, architects, theoreticians, curators, and writers with diverse backgrounds and experience.