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Forest Houses Residents Consider the Gramsci Monument

Interesting Read from Hyperallergic

In Their Own Words: Forest Houses Residents Consider the Gramsci Monument
With the help of local residents, Thomas Hirschhorn built a public artwork called the Gramsci Monument in the Forest Houses in the Bronx this past summer. From July 1 to September 15, the monument brought a theater, a radio station, lectures, art and computer rooms, and more to the public housing complex.

In Their Own Words: Forest Houses Residents Consider the Gramsci Monument

Some reviews on the project:

NY Times
Arts Journal
Black Box

Cindy Sherman Articles

In conjunction with Cindy Sherman’s MOMA exhibition, there are many interesting articles and review. First thing to look at is MOMA’s interactive exhibition site


Cindy Sherman: Becoming

by Jerry Saltz
NewYork Magazine
interesting slideshow

NY Times Review by Roberta Smith 

Interview in Vanity Fair with Ingrid Sischy

Harper’s Bazaar interview with Cathy Horyn




En Foco’s Collection Champions Minority Artists – NYTimes.com

From the NYTimes lens blog
Perched somewhere above a “We Buy Gold” joint and a Latin restaurant on Kingsbridge Road in the Bronx, a darkroom turned storage closet was once a repository for an almost overlooked visual history. It was an unlikely spot for an equally unlikely – and unrivaled – collection that now comprises 700 photographs by Latino, African-American and Asian photographers and other artists of color.

Such were the origins of the permanent collection of En Foco, which started as a Latino photographers’ group in 1974, when notions of community, art and ethnic pride fueled a movement that stood in defiance to the slights of the mainstream art world.

via En Foco’s Collection Champions Minority Artists – NYTimes.com.

2001: Wolfgang Staehle

2001: An installation by Wolfgang Staehle Installation
Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building
5 East 3rd Street at Bowery

Ten years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Goethe-Institut New York presents 2001, a series of large scale video stills of the lower Manhattan skyline that were recorded by German artist Wolfgang Staehle as the tragedy unfolded. Staehle’s work explores the dynamics, sensations, and implications of connectivity. Using modern technology, he creates a new understanding of the landscape genre: painting, photography, and film are replaced by a sequence of digital images transmitted in real time. 2001 was originally conceived as a continuation of Empire 24/7, a continuous recording of the top part of the Empire State Building that was broadcast live over the internet. Made for a solo exhibition at Postmasters Gallery in Chelsea, 2001 began on September 6 of that year and included synchronized webcam projections… more


Blind Dates Project

An interdisciplinary and cross cultural curatorial undertaking Blind Dates Projects tackles with the traces or ‘what remains’ of the peoples, places and cultures that once constituted the diverse geography of the Ottoman Empire (1299-1922).

Left image: Nina Katchadourian, Self-portrait of the artist as an artist, 2002. Right: A photograph of Ahmet Ögüt in 1999 from his personal archive.

Jennifer Karady: War Zones

War Zone Traumas, Restaged at Home 
by Jennifer Karady.

Jennifer Karady, In Country: Soldiers Stories From Iraq and Afghanistan is the result of five years’ work by Ms. Karady, who interviewed dozens of veterans and asked them to talk about their most traumatic war moments. She then overlaid those memories onto their present-day lives, in the suburbs, back at school and, in one case, on the streets.

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info about her exhibition at SF Camerwork