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New York photographer Nate “Igor” Smith of Driven By Boredom has just ended his road trip, most of which he spent traveling along Route 66 with friends, friends who enjoy posing nude next to roadside attractions. Inspired by Americana photographs of John Margolies, Nate spent 31-days on the road and shot 67 rolls of film. One got got lost. So he […]

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Tehran-born, Queens-raised artist Sara Rahbar weaves together hybrids of flags, saddle hostlers, Shiite self-flagellation whips, embroidery and artifacts from dusty bazaars. She explores sexual taboos in Iran, the struggle for tolerance in the US and the road to peace among all this war. […]

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George Adams Gallery’s opens its “Four American Landscapes” group show tonight, featuring manic commercial iconography, radiant allusions and jarring realities of our “Heartland.” See a preview of works above and check out more of Joel Ross roadside signage here. “Four American Landscapes,” Sang-ah Choi, Jeffery Jones, Andrew Lenaghan and Joel Ross, May 20 – Jun […]

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