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RE Visit

May 17, 2014

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Who wants to visit a whole museum about it? Tourists? If you were in New York on that day, it’s enough to try to NOT think about it. 9/11 Museum Opens Art made during the hardest time immediately after 9/11, archived for future generations by the Library of Congress. Exit Art put on an exhibit that […]

My Pie Town

March 24, 2013

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I was at the Met yesterday and hightailed it to their current photo exhibit, After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age. One piece from the exhibit that lingers in my brain is Debbie Grossman’s My Pie Town – a series of altered 1940 photographs that make women the scruffy stars of a dusty New Mexico landscape. The Fae and Doris […]