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Elaine Reichek, Who Beside Me

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Elaine Reichek, Trapped, Blinded, Led

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Elaine Reichek, Each of Us Is Led

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Elaine Reichek, The Pigeons Sang

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Elaine Reichek, There Was a Lovely Thing

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Elaine Reichek, Within the Labyrinth 

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Elaine Reichek, Would You Believe It, Ariadne?

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Elaine Reichek, The Graces With Their Own Hands

EACH OF US IS LED ON BY THE COMPLEXITIES IMPLICIT IN OUR OWN MINDS TO LOSE OURSELVES IN A LABYRINTH OF OUR OWN DEVISING. These words, which run beneath a friezelike design based on an Attic amphora, come from André Gide’s Theseus, but might equally be used to describe Elaine Reichek’s thorough immersion in her chosen form and subject. In this exhibition—coinciding with her appearance in the Whitney Biennial—the veteran New York artist shows nine embroideries from a series of 18 begun in 2008, that focuses on the myth of Ariadne, whose unspooled thread helped Theseus escape from the Minotaur’s maze. Thread has been a periodic component of Reichek’s work since the ’70s, and here it takes center stage as both material and metaphor.

The neatly presented works, which closely resemble the samplers once produced by needleworkers as a demonstration of technical skill, trace the story through a variety of juxtaposed images and texts, from the historical to the contemporary. One riffs off a lush Giovanni Crosato canvas from the 1700s, another features an image of the hypnotically patterned carpet from The Shining’s Overlook Hotel. The choice and interplay of such sources make for an edifying experience, but there’s a feeling that, in working so reverentially with material that is itself so often canonical, Reichek begins to disappear into a kind of professorial role. And the embroidery, even when done by hand, looks unfailingly mechanical. Ultimately, it is only the mysteries of Ariadne’s personality that keep us inside the labyrinth.

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While many SEO experts and marketers may dispute the process to successful SEO (some say page linking, some keyword basics, others copywriting and so on), one thing most people agree on is constructing an SEO that is closely connected with your marketing strategy so that each supports the other. Run a search on any of the 200 major search engines, and the results will come up in similar orders on quite a few of them. How a website owner/operator gets their website to the top of a list is called Search Engine Optimization, or SEO. Optimizing a website involves many of the same techniques, whether the aim is to optimize for Google adwords, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves or others. There is a list of what not to do as well, and that list is applicable to all engines, as it mostly refers to tricks and hacks unscrupulous designers use to try to trick the engines. These kind of pages generally get removed by automated tools and don't generally last very long, so they are not recommended to bother with. Website optimization starts with content. If the content is irrelevant, the website will not last long in the rankings, no matter how many keywords are included. The best way to get relevant content is to get an expert to write the content. General content may be more friendly to beginners, but in the search optimization arena, content is what is going to keep readers coming back and webmasters linking to the page. Many search engines use link counters to rank sites. If enough people like and value the site, they will link to it from their own site as an example of expert help for visitors seeking more detailed information than they can provide, or are willing to provide. Often, general-interest sites will link to expert sites, thereby also driving their own traffic up as the initial portal to those expert sites and improving their own rankings in the optimization listings. 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While many SEO experts and marketers may dispute the process to successful SEO (some say page linking, some keyword basics, others copywriting and so on), one thing most people agree on is constructing an SEO that is closely connected with your marketing strategy so that each supports the other. Run a search on any of the 200 major search engines, and the results will come up in similar orders on quite a few of them. How a website owner/operator gets their website to the top of a list is called Search Engine Optimization, or SEO. Optimizing a website involves many of the same techniques, whether the aim is to optimize for Google adwords, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves or others. There is a list of what not to do as well, and that list is applicable to all engines, as it mostly refers to tricks and hacks unscrupulous designers use to try to trick the engines. These kind of pages generally get removed by automated tools and don't generally last very long, so they are not recommended to bother with. Website optimization starts with content. If the content is irrelevant, the website will not last long in the rankings, no matter how many keywords are included. The best way to get relevant content is to get an expert to write the content. General content may be more friendly to beginners, but in the search optimization arena, content is what is going to keep readers coming back and webmasters linking to the page. Many search engines use link counters to rank sites. If enough people like and value the site, they will link to it from their own site as an example of expert help for visitors seeking more detailed information than they can provide, or are willing to provide. Often, general-interest sites will link to expert sites, thereby also driving their own traffic up as the initial portal to those expert sites and improving their own rankings in the optimization listings. 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