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03.31.14 Reed Dunlea

Emma Kohlmann’s art is an abstract, hyper-sexualized version of Raymond Pettibon. Like Pettibon, she is very much connected to the current punk scene; she has done work for Thurston Moore/John Moloney, HOAX and Natural Law. Unlike Pettibon, she is a strong, young 2014 woman, and her work exhibits sexual taboos of a more consensual nature, as […]

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07.03.13 Andy Cush

For the past few weeks, commuters at the Lorimer/Metropolitan L/G subway stop have been privy to a bit of routine-breaking magic. In the place of an ordinary newsstand, hawking candy bars, bottles of water, and outdated magazines, is the Newsstand–a temporary space devoted to selling art of all kinds, its shelves overflowing with zines, records, […]

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08.07.12 Andy Cush

A small group of staffers and interns at the Brooklyn College Library has spent the past year collecting and documenting a collection of over 600 zines, in an effort to catalog the handmade, print-only publications and make them available for research. Last week, that collection opened to the public, in an exhibit entitled “Fold, Staple, […]

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