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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Revisiting the Photography of Bill Owens by Matt Auerbach IT’S A BLOCK party on the 4th of July. There are people milling in the street, umbrellas shading tables, a station wagon parked in the … Continue reading

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Seeing Things: Arts Vs. Crafts

Seeing Things: Arts Vs. Crafts By Hannah Rieff craft: n. cunning: dexterity; art; creative artistic activity involving construction, carving, weaving, sewing etc. of decorative or practical objects by hand as opposed to drawing (also craftwork); a skilled trade; an occupation; … Continue reading

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Art School Confrontational

Art School Confrontational Jon Rubin and the Independent School of Art by Stephanie Young ONE OF my favorite local literary cultural-historical moments took place in the late ’70s, when Robert Gluck, then director of Small Press Traffic, began a series … Continue reading

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Seeing Things: Graffiti Berlin

Seeing Things: Graffiti Berlin by Tara Goe My Eastern Berlin arrival is appropriately morbid—halfway into my train ride we stop in the countryside for four hours after hitting a pedestrian on her bike. The English translation over the intercom is … Continue reading

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The Truth About Some Polaroids

The Truth About Some Polaroids A Not Completely Reliable Chat With Mike Brody by Katie Byron This is the Internet’s fault. My interview with the Polaroid Kid, aka Mike Brodie, might as well have been done on Instant Messenger, but … Continue reading

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