Vincent Gallo on Writing
Did I call him a pig? If I called him a pig, then he’s a pig.
I`m not an artist, I`m a hustler. As a hustler I`ve done many things. You should really believe it when I tell you that, `cause I`m not being sarcastic. I`m a total hustler.
Interviewer: How important is fashion and fashion week for you? Gallo: Nothing that we’re doing on the planet is important.
I’m sorry I’m not gay or Jewish, so I don’t have a special interest group of journalists that support me.
I constantly try to reinvent my sensibilities and my ideas. I enjoy some of the satisfaction that I get when I feel good about what I’ve done. But the process is quite lonely and quite painful.
I never apologized for anything in my life. The only thing I’m sorry about is putting a curse on Roger Ebert’s colon. If a fat pig like Roger Ebert doesn’t like my movie, then I’m sorry for him.
I stopped painting in 1990 at the peak of my success just to deny people my beautiful paintings. And I did it out of spite.
I`m the happiest the saddest guy in the world can be.
I told you, I`m an extremist. Even in art, if my work wasn`t 50 times more interesting than me and my petty life, it would be useless.
I do it for the money now. What gets you there maybe are simple things: survival, ego, and revenge.
Tarantino is a collage artist.
Hey Paula (critic) go ahead and write whatever it is you want, because you’re next in line for a curse.
One has to be slightly unpopular to have a profound vision.
I don`t trust or love anyone. Because people are so creepy. Creepy creepy creeps. Creeping around. Creeping here and creeping there. Creeping everywhere. Crippity crappity creepies.
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