by Joseph Klarl
APR 2012 | ArtSeen
I wonder if, during your early career, you sought to discover the city through personal experience, actively embodying your politics as the Brooklyn Museum claims in Newspaper Fiction, or if you were just mada runaway kid venting through the papers.
by Eleanor J. Bader
DEC 13-JAN 14 | Local
Almost a century ago, in 1915, thousands of immigrant peddlers, forerunners of todays street vendors, marched through Brownsville to air their grievances. Their placards and banners raised their concerns: We Demand Our Right to the City Streets; Shall We Go Out and Steal?; Down with Fines.