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08.18.14 Sophie Weiner

A heated backyard dispute between two neighbors in Morningside Heights led to the arrest of an 82-year-old woman for graffiti. After repeatedly accusing her neighbors of building a fence on her land, Sylvia Kordower-Zetlin tagged it with her address. The owners of the fence happen to be Arlo Devlin-Brown, the recently appointed Public Corruption Unit chief and his wife Daniela Kempf. “We have […]

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12.19.13 Marina Galperina

Next year, renowned Polish artist Paweł Althamer’s first U.S. solo exhibit will sprawl across three floors of the New Museum. The artist known for his “consistently experimental models of social collaboration” is re-launching his 2012 Berlin Biennial installation pictured above, The Draftsmen’s Congress. Over the course of the exhibition, the blank white space of the New Museum’s Fourth Floor […]

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10.04.13 Kyle Petreycik

I’m not so great with names but I never forget a face, neither does Facebook with its automatic tagging for newly uploaded face-images. But what if you don’t want to be recognized in last night’s drunk and shameful party photo? Too bad. In an effort to subvert this fact of #life, designer Simone C. Niquille has […]

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05.25.12 Justin Durazzo

Watch as partially-uniformed Baltimore Orioles center-fielder Adam Jones and second-baseman Robert Andino sticker-bomb New York City streets, vehicles, and pedestrians with their team’s bird mascot. They even made sure to lightly accost a pin-striped Yankees fan passing by. Although a few photos had been posted on the web a few weeks ago, this footage, shot […]

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