Jillian Steinhauer

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Marisol Escobar, whose penetrating and playful, large-scale wooden sculptures were their own unique blend of Pop and folk art, died on Saturday morning, April 30, at the age of 85, El Universal reported.

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by Jillian Steinhauer on April 26, 2016

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This week, take in open studios in Greenpoint and Lower Manhattan, visit an indie game arcade in Queens, listen to an experimental noise pop group play the soundtrack of Twin Peaks, and more.

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Nancy Nowacek has a dream: she wants to build a pedestrian bridge between Brooklyn and Governors Island.

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by Jillian Steinhauer on April 19, 2016

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This week, a lecture details the history of fan painting, a panel ponders colonialism’s influence on indigenous choreography, Barkley Hendricks’s solo show heads into its last days, and more.

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by Jillian Steinhauer on April 12, 2016

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This week, the Drawing Center hangs selections from Sol LeWitt’s art collection, a conference theorizes the web, dancers read from Martha Graham’s biography, and more.

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The Supreme Court of Sweden ruled yesterday that Wikimedia Sverige (Sweden) violated the country’s copyright laws by gathering and posting photographs of public artworks on a website, the Local Sweden reported.

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by Jillian Steinhauer on April 5, 2016

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This week, Cory Arcangel opens a new show starring a drum machine, psychoanalysts and writers dissect the horror classic Rosemary’s Baby, the city celebrates Rare Book Week, and more.

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In what is apparently not an April Fools joke, a group of Columbia University students is protesting the installation of a Henry Moore sculpture on campus.

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I am struggling to photograph a tapestry.

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by Jillian Steinhauer on March 29, 2016

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This week, Beijing artist Cao Fei gets her first US solo show, New York’s biggest independent comics festival sets up its tables, a lecture considers Sun Ra’s radical take on time, and more.

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