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TWU Rolls from Occupy to Business as Usual

A leading supporter of Occupy has opted to endorse the most Wall Street-friendly Democratic candidate for mayor.

Sand in Their Shoes
Belle Harbor Families Struggle to Return Home

The families of Beach 130th Street waited out Hurricane Sandy as they did Hurricane Irene, but as an empty oil tank bobbed down the street, their surprise at the storm’s strength mixed with fear and worry.

Apocalypse of the Mountaintops

The wailing of “Naked Grief ” opens up space that is no longer consumerized.

Art In Conversation

THE LIQUID IS THE FLUX
PAUL MCCARTHY with Jarrett Earnest

In the midst of Paul McCarthy's crazed take-over of New York City, he sat down with Jarrett Earnest amongst his life casts to discuss fluids, mold making, and Disneyland.

Art In Conversation

RADICALIZE YOUR OWN IMAGES AND SENSATIONS
CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN and HEIDE HATRY with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

Carolee Schneemann and Heide Hatry explore current art practice filtered through a unique intergenerational friendship steeped with feminism, meat, performance, the vicissitudes of aging.

Art In Conversation

JOYCE PENSATO with Phong Bui

The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation invited artist Joyce Pensato and Rail Publisher Phong Bui to speak before an audience of the Sharpe’s space program recipients and other visitors to their Spring ’13 open studios.

A Profile of VIK MUNIZ

Famous for his frequently disturbing photographic experiments with allusion and contextual re-adaptation, Muniz is almost boyish in person.

Film In Conversation

PETER KUBELKA with Andrew Lampert

Peter Kubelka discusses pulling pranks on Theodor Adorno, café service in Vienna, and co-founding both the Austrian Film Museum and Anthology.

Theater In Dialogue

The Unavoidable Momentum of Steven Levenson

As Americans waste away in windowless conference rooms, embezzling a few thousand here and there, living among foreclosure signs, lying to loved ones, to our government, this 29-year-old playwright has taken notice.

from LABOR

The archaeologist leaves a copy of her autobiography on the corner of the desk knowing that at night the inspector cannot resist reading the manuscript entitled My Seneca Village.

Editor's Messsage Guest Critic

Transgression

One hundred years ago, Igor Stravinsky premiered “The Rite of Spring,” igniting a near-riot in the audience. It’s hard to imagine that such a response could be elicited by a ballet based on obscure Russian folklore.

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