CREDIT: Buchan/REX/Shutterstock UPDATED: Actor, who has said his conservative political views make it hard to get acting jobs, posted a property listing containing an announcement of his retirement from acting on Friday. Woods now says that announcement was in error. “My career is not going to end in a real estate announcement,” Woods told The Washington Post in an interview. According to the original statement from real estate agent Allen Gammons, Woods “is retiring from the entertainment industry and hopes to ‘simplify his life’ by selling ‘his many real estate holdings on both coasts.'
” The statement from the agent read that he wanted to spend more time on photography, antiquing and poker. Woods owns four homes in Rhode Island. According to Woods, he had spoken with Gammons about his property holdings and indicated that he wanted to “simplify by having less property as he went toward retirement.” When Gammons read the listing back to him over the phone, Woods wasn’t paying attention and didn’t notice the ‘retirement’ was included in the listing.
“I was not paying attention,” he said. “I somehow didn’t hear ‘retirement.’ ” Related The is listed at $1.4 million. The 70-year-old actor is known for his roles in “Casino,” “Videodrome,” “Salvador,” “Ghosts of Mississippi” and for his voice work on Disney’s “Hercules,” in which he voiced the villainous Hades. He later won an daytime Emmy for the role in the spin-off cartoon series.
Woods has recently come under fire and made headlines for his criticism of the age gap between the romantic leads in the upcoming film “Call Me by Your Name.” Armie Hammer, who stars in the film, fired back, saying that Woods had at one point dated a 19-year-old when he was in his 60s, prompting actress to respond that Woods had tried to pick up her and a friend when she was 16 and take them to Las Vegas. Upon finding out her age, Tamblyn claims that Woods said “even better.” Tamblyn also published an op-ed piece in the New York Times in which she references the incident. Woods has the allegations.
James Wood Photography Massillon Ohio
'Belfast Zoo III', silver gelatin print, toner, oil pastel and torn paper, 25 cm x 25 cm, 1983 Photoworks A typical image from the Northern Irish works of Sloan is Walk X from 1985. It is a silver gelatin print.
In it we see dead centre, splitting the image, a uniformed police officer with a peaked cap. He is in profile, staring tight-lipped at the, feet apart in a rooted stance, symbol of law-and-order but also unusually for the North, of impartiality, indicated by his dead centre stance. From the left a huge, strapped to its unseen owner's chest, juts out across the body; but it has been rendered semi-transparent so that the outline shape of the police officer can still be seen. On one level this drum functions as a, the rhythmic 'keeper of the beat'. But the unhinged arm, wielder of a -like drum-stick, indicates not only the wardrum call, but also the potential of the drum-stick as a weapon. On another level the drum is like a target with its concentric circles of black, white, black and white again for the heart of the target.
James Wood Photography Tucson
The paradox is that the police officer who has often been seen, in the eyes of, as the defender of the tradition, has now become a target for his own people (the police being a largely Protestant force). 'Route III (Lurgan)', silver gelatin print, toners and gouache, Victor Sloan Collections Sloan's work is held in the following public collections:.
British Telecommunications, the Millennium New Media Collection., London. State Art Collection, Ireland. Arts Centre, United States. Sun Life Photography Collection., England. The Northern Ireland Collection, Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Museum of International Contemporary Art,. Department of Finance and Personnel, Northern Ireland.
North West Arts Trust. Royal Ulster Academy of Arts., The New Media Collection. National Self-Portrait Collection of Ireland,. References.