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Exhibition Review
The Light Inside: Wendy Snyder MacNeil, Photographs and Films

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The Light Inside: Wendy Snyder MacNeil, Photographs and Films Ryerson Image Centre Toronto January 20–April 10, 2016 Two figures pose against an old building; one sticks out its tongue, an aged hand reaching up to hold a devilish mask over

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Portfolio
Woodward, by Christian Kasners

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Woodward By Christian Kasners Woodward Avenue is one of Detroit’s big avenues that lead from downtown to the wealthy suburbs. The photographs in the book Woodward (2015) were taken partly on foot and partly from the window of a moving

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Inaugurates the Met Breuer

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Inaugurates the Met Breuer Great artists reinvent themselves continually. Great museums do too. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the biggest museum in the Western Hemisphere, houses an encyclopedic collection that spans history and the globe,

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Exhibition Review
Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography

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Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography Agora Gallery New York City November 3–24, 2015 Recently on view at Agora Gallery (located in Chelsea under the High Line park), the exhibition Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography included nine

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Film Review
Best of Enemies by Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon

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Best of Enemies By Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon Magnolia Pictures/2015/87 min. I wonder what Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon, the two co-directors of the documentary Best of Enemies (2015), would say about Network. Sidney Lumet’s 1976 film examines the

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Exhibition Review
James Carman: Grasshopper Lies heavy: A Remembrance of Hiroshima 70 Years On

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James Carman: Grasshopper Lies heavy: A Remembrance of Hiroshima 70 Years On PointB Brooklyn August 6–September 11, 2015 The nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were unprecedented in human history. Preceding today’s drone warfare, they marked the first time that

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Exhibition Review
One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Works

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One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Works Museum of Modern Art New York City April 3–September 7, 2015   One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Works, an exhibition of Jacob Lawrence’s sweeping, sixty-panel Migration Series, opened

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Video
Novel by Panagiota Nigianni

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Novel from Betty Nigianni on Vimeo.   On the creative process as transitional phenomenon: But if to adapt is to create, to go beyond what has been, it could be after all that Novel is simply a story beyond stories as

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Exhibition Review
A Chandelier for One of Many Possible Ends

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A Chandelier for One of Many Possible Ends Phillip Stearns Burchfield Penney Art Center Buffalo December 12, 2014–March 29, 2015 A single installation recently filled the Contemporary Project Space at Burchfield Penney Art Center. A Chandelier for One of Many

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Exhibition Review
Unloaded

Unloaded SPACE Pittsburgh February 13–April 26, 2015   The photograph has long been used to source evidence of crime scenes, destruction, and death. Perhaps one of the most powerful aspects of Unloaded is that it avoided such images. To its

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