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Submission No. 58

MADAME ARIANE— SECOND COURTYARD ON THE LEFT He who asks fortunetellers the future unwittingly forfeits an inner intimation of coming events that is a thousand times more exact than anything they may say. He is impelled by inertia, rather than

Submission No. 58

MADAME ARIANE— SECOND COURTYARD ON THE LEFT He who asks fortunetellers the future unwittingly forfeits an inner intimation of coming events that is a thousand times more exact than anything they may say. He is impelled by inertia, rather than

Submission No. 53

From Miriam: I think the whole series, or at least what Jamil Hellu has posted on his website, bears consideration: http://www.jamilhellu.net/55613/649257/work/guardians-of-the-golden-gate Oh, I am entranced by this work (and his other work, which I’ve just discovered…I especially love the loving

Submission No. 53

From Miriam: I think the whole series, or at least what Jamil Hellu has posted on his website, bears consideration: http://www.jamilhellu.net/55613/649257/work/guardians-of-the-golden-gate Oh, I am entranced by this work (and his other work, which I’ve just discovered…I especially love the loving

Submission No. 52

http://www.nytimes.com/news/the-lives-they-lived/2013/12/21/george-sauer/ Or, from the New York Times, Sunday, December 29, 2013 By Hugo Lindgren By all outward appearances, George Sauer’s dreams came true. At 25, he was a Super Bowl hero. In the 1969 game that ordained Joe Namath’s future

Submission No. 52

http://www.nytimes.com/news/the-lives-they-lived/2013/12/21/george-sauer/ Or, from the New York Times, Sunday, December 29, 2013 By Hugo Lindgren By all outward appearances, George Sauer’s dreams came true. At 25, he was a Super Bowl hero. In the 1969 game that ordained Joe Namath’s future

Submission No. 51

Kenny Schachter riffs on art market pricing. Or, in fact, he rants. I know, Tom, this isn’t really your thing. Perhaps, though, it’s a metaphor for a larger problem, like the mass production of instantly disposal high-value materials disguised as

Submission No. 51

Kenny Schachter riffs on art market pricing. Or, in fact, he rants. I know, Tom, this isn’t really your thing. Perhaps, though, it’s a metaphor for a larger problem, like the mass production of instantly disposal high-value materials disguised as

Submission No. 50

[ Whoa! Number 50! Maybe a party to celebrate? No, way too soon. We’ll wait for 100. — ed. ] How about this? In a Mood? Call Center Agents Can Tell. by Natasha Singer The New York Times Sunday, October

Submission No. 50

[ Whoa! Number 50! Maybe a party to celebrate? No, way too soon. We’ll wait for 100. — ed. ] How about this? In a Mood? Call Center Agents Can Tell. by Natasha Singer The New York Times Sunday, October

Collection No. 4

The bunny project goes sideways. As seen at Oakland Art Murmur. Is more commentary necessary? I did not set foot inside the booth as I was concerned there might be an absence of naked bunnies.

Collection No. 4

The bunny project goes sideways. As seen at Oakland Art Murmur. Is more commentary necessary? I did not set foot inside the booth as I was concerned there might be an absence of naked bunnies.

Francois Guillot, Agence France Press

Collection No. 3

Bronze rabbit being returned to China. The first photograph (by Francois Guillot, Agence France Presse) shows the rabbit looking disconcertingly human. Both images are from the New York Times, April 26 and February 17, 2013.

Francois Guillot, Agence France Press

Collection No. 3

Bronze rabbit being returned to China. The first photograph (by Francois Guillot, Agence France Presse) shows the rabbit looking disconcertingly human. Both images are from the New York Times, April 26 and February 17, 2013.