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Me during rare downtime in a garden in Garni, Armenia. (photo by my travel companion, Bryant Botero)

After a two weeks on the road, I’m back in Brooklyn and again at the helm of Hyperallergic.

A special thanks to John D’Addario, who took over during my work trip to Armenia and the French Alps.

Expect a few posts on my time in Armenia — sadly, my free time in the Alps focused on the culinary rather than the visual arts — with some thoughts on museums and visual culture in the small mountainous republic in the Caucasus.

I also want to mention that the last two weeks was a fascinating time for me in that it was the first time that Hyperallergic was edited by another person, which allowed me to experience the publication more as a reader would. I hope to use some of what I observed to improve the way we engage with you our audience. As always, if you ever have any suggestions for anything we do please drop us a line over at our CONTACT US form.

Onwards and upwards.

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