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    A space for You…

  3. 6 February 2013

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A space for You…
Opens this Thursday February 7 at 7pm
24-20 Jackson Ave, Long Island City
Court Square subway stop on the 7, E, M, G lines. 

    cianod:

    A space for You…

    Opens this Thursday February 7 at 7pm

    24-20 Jackson Ave, Long Island City

    Court Square subway stop on the 7, E, M, G lines. 


  4. 5 February 2013

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  5. 23 January 2013

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  6. 11 December 2012

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(via Brooklyn Booking Photos from the 1950s « Prison Photography)

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    (via Brooklyn Booking Photos from the 1950s « Prison Photography)

  7. Mapping the Territory: Fiction, Photography, and Changing Perspectives

  8. http://edwinbooth.tumblr.com/ →

  9. "The rising celebration of artists such as Robert Frank and Minor White heralded the movement toward more ironic or personal visualization of the mAmerican scene…Most historians of photography depict the movement toward self-conscious formalism as a natural and positive progression up the evolutionary art ladder (just as the "triumph’ of American abstract expressionism was hailed as an improvement over social realism). The decline of documentary photography during these decades is much more complex than this summary. Documentary photography’s decline and dissolution in the the category of quasijournalism, apart from the category of art, coincided with the disruptive social upheavals and politically repressive years of the cold war. New cultural and ideological conditions in the cold war years forced traditional presumptions concerning social documentary to become inexorably altered, regarded as suspect and even dangerous. This parallel between the decline of documentary photography and the rise of political repression is no mere coincidence—a red-baiting, blacklisting climate forced many artists to retreat into safer, more private realms."

    — Lili Corbus Bezner, Photography and Politics in America

  10. Recovering Eyebeam's Archive →

  11. French Hacker Underground →

  12. Google operates as an a-historic machine. It creates its relevance everywhere but in terms of history. The same counts for Wikipedia, where the history of the contributions remains hidden on a lower level. For the dominant order of the web at this moment, the decisive factor is not time [contrary to modernism,] but density of links or relevance. There is only presence, and even the past is given as a present past.

    — "Nullifying | McLuhan, Smithson and the Future of the Museum" by Stefan Heidenreich, in Robert Smithson Art in Continual Movement

  13. Pradeep Dalal, Measure 1, (Kanchenjunga: Mumbai/Thrissur), 2009

    Pradeep Dalal, Measure 1, (Kanchenjunga: Mumbai/Thrissur), 2009