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This has been a regular consideration in Adler's work: alluding to things unseen while complicating singular definitions of her subjects and mediums.
Now that the Times has shouted about it, I doubt one could hope for an experience quite like ours.
Since 2002, I have competed in every Acme World Oyster Eating Contest that Nola has held. The mighty mollusk now has its own festival devoted to it, the first weekend in June.
It is a simple truth that in any given month, if you added up all of the available space in commercial galleries around the country, the amount dedica...
After Noma, Mads was the hottest kid in town, and investors where throwing money at him. Here was Mads' chance to open up his own place.
"I don't know anything else, no office job or anything like that, just fish. So, I fell into the fish."
Meet Aftabudin Rayman and Peter Wojick, the f...
Wedren began his career fronting the seminal Washington, DC post-punk outfit Shudder to Think, a band that helped define the scenes in the '80s and '90s. Here is his latest release: "Are We."
When the Antiques returned to camp, depressed from having to vote out the very popular and well-liked Superbowl Guy, it was pouring rain.
Julia Bryan Wilson partakes in the Roski School of Fine Art's Critical Conversation series, which invites artists and other cultural figures to give a lecture on their work and engage in rigorous conversation.
An underwater luxury hotel. A farm suspended over New York City. A rotating skyscraper.
Impossible? No. The stuff of dreams? Definitely.
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