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Art Dec 25, 2009

The Divine Jane: Reflections on Austen

This short film was produced for The Morgan Library’s exhibition A Women’s Wit: Jane Austen’s Life and Legacy. Six interviewees discuss Austen’s enduring fame and the influence of her fiction. At 15 minutes, it’s both educational and a… Read more
Art Nov 24, 2009

School of Saatchi

Last night BBC 2′s anticipated apprentice/pop idol art program “School of Saatchi” aired its opening episode. Judged by (left to right) Kate Bush, Matthew Collings, Tracy Emin, and Frank Cohen, the show is designed to help bring British… Read more
Architecture Sep 25, 2009

Infrastructure for Souls

Joseph Clark traces the parallels between corporate-organization and the American Megachurch in “Infrastructure for Souls.” Several things are interesting – for one Clark does a fantastic job of historical context. The other is the subtext… Read more
Art Sep 21, 2009

Bicycle Diaries by David Byrne

Released today, Bicycle Diaries takes David Byrne on a two wheeled adventure to some of the world’s most vibrant cities. Along the way the artist, designer and musician provides commentary on the art, architecture, and culture of the places… Read more
Books & Magazines Jul 1, 2009

Words.Beats.Life Volume 4 Issue 1

Featuring interviews with Tricia Rose, Kevin Powell, and artist Justin Bua, It Ain’t My Fault: Blame it on Hip-Hop explores issues of inter-generational conflict centered on hip-hop in politics and society. Words.Beats.Life is the first… Read more
Art Mar 5, 2009

Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures

Throughout the Cold War, the creation and reception of art in Germany was inseparably linked to divided political realities. Artists in East and West Germany redeployed the traditions of abstraction and realism in new national and… Read more
Books & Magazines Jan 28, 2009

The Journal Magazine #25

Available now from Colette, The Journal Magazine #25 continues the publications tradition of linking together disparate pieces of contemporary arts and culture. Featured in #25 are the likes of Ed Templeton and Juelz Santana. While a little… Read more
Uncategorized Aug 10, 2007

Playing For Keeps New Era Caps Released

Playing For Keeps, the brand based around sneaker culture, just released their first two New Era caps at Hall of Fame in L.A. as reported by The Feed. The two caps included are the Hype Kills, and Box Top.  The … Read more
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