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Canadian Filmmaker John Greyson and Doctor Tarek Loubani Freed from Egyptian Prison On Friday, October 12, award-wining filmmaker John Greyson and emergency room physician Tarek Loubani returned to Toronto after being held for fifty days in an Egyptian jail without

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VSW Veteran Carrie Mae Weems Awarded MacArthur Prize Carrie Mae Weems was among twenty-four recipients of this year’s prestigious MacArthur Fellowship named last week. Popularly known as the “Genius Award,” the $625,000 no-strings-attached grant is given each year by the

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Allan Sekula, 1951-2013

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Remembering Beatriz da Costa

Remembering Beatriz da Costa by Donna Haraway Beatriz da Costa, our colleague from University of California at Irvine in art/engineering/politics/critical theory, who was also a History of Consciousness graduate student, died on December 27, 2012, in New York City from

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John Wood (1922–2012): A Remembrance

John Wood was a tall, trim, quiet, almost shy, man, who introduced both the practice and the love of art to students at Alfred University for more than thirty years before retiring in 1989, and elsewhere for twenty years after.

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Doug Aitken awarded the 2012 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize

The Nam June Paik Art Center (South Korea) has awarded its 2012 prize to Los Angeles artist Doug Aitken for his video work. Aitken will have a solo exhibition at the Paik Center in 2013 and will receive a $50,000

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Richard Zakia, 1925–2012

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to esteemed colleague, prolific author, and Professor Emeritus of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Dr. Richard Zakia, who passed away at the age of eighty-seven on Monday, March 12, 2012.

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News From the Field | Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Hirst, Emin from $12.00

With the recent launch of s[edition], the high-end art market is now accessible to the masses, but not without challenging the very notion of art collecting. The initiative is the brainchild of Haunch of Venison co-founder Harry Blain and former

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Remembering Chris Hondros

Chris Hondros (March 14, 1970–April 20, 2011), senior staff photographer at Getty Images, died last week in a mortar attack in Misrata, Libya, along with photojournalist and film director Tim Hetherington. [ Remembering Chris Hondros by Jen Saffron ] [ Quiet Spectacle, Saffron’s

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Remembering Chris Hondros

Posted April 28, 2011 Chris Hondros (March 14, 1970–April 20, 2011), senior staff photographer at Getty Images, died last week in a mortar attack in Misrata, Libya, along with photojournalist and film director Tim Hetherington. Creating some of the most

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