The Internet is not a place. It’s a great void, a black hole, from which you can call up an incredible amount of disorganized information.

— Eleanor Antin

The most delightful Eleanor Antin quotes that may be undiscovered and unusual

[There was] an openness not found on the East Coast and a generosity of spirit.

New York was always formulating the correct ways to work and think while back here [in California] we were always eager to be surprised and engaged in new ways.


I adore [photography's] uneasy mix of fact and fiction - its dubious claim to truth - its status as history.


Science, Government, Education, Art, the cultural monolith may be said to exist primarily to exercise a paternal influence, decorously if possible, aggressively if necessary, to enforce certain accepted images upon individuals.


Why should I be limited by my own biography?


The idea of fame is repulsive, I want to save the world.


I'm not a purist. I'm not impure enough to be a purist.