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03.26.14 Andy Cush

Despite what the weather would have you believe, spring is officially upon us, so it’s as good a time as ever to issue a gentle PSA: peeing in the pool is weird and gross, and unless you’re a helpless baby, you shouldn’t ever do it. As with any other public space, sane entrance into the […]

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02.02.12 Marina Galperina

If you’re going to paste something, it might as well cover the floor of an empty, ancient, 160-foot long open air pool in Paris, right? French Los Angeles-based artist Mambo honors the 83-year-old pool complex that has been closed and swimming in graffiti since 1989 and will be destroyed this year with a giant, giant […]

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06.27.11 Bucky Turco

An innovative proposal to turn the East River into a public pool is progressing forward steadily. With 18 days still left to go in their Kickstarter campaign, the + Pool team has already raised well over their initial $25,000 goal to “begin physical tests of the filtration materials.” However, it’s still going to take another […]

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03.02.10 Marina Galperina

Check-check-check it out: It’s a Google map of NYC art fairs and fair-active museums/larger galleries. Jen Bekman’s Projects‘ cartographic doohickey for the upcoming/ongoing art expos (with Pool, Verge, Red Dot omitted) is spatially nifty, but hitting ’em all up might require an MTA day pass or a bike to connect the little blue dots. And money. And a cloning hammock. |ArtFagCity| […]

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