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Fifty Two Pieces

http://www.fiftytwopieces.blogspot.com/ Marcel Duchamp’s Boite-en-valise seems quite full. And it turns out from this image of the Portland Art Museum’s Boite (shown to the left and above) there’s even more in that box. The National Museum of Scotland owns one of … Continue reading

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Scott G. Brooks: Blog

http://www.scottgbrooks.com/newsblog/ Modern Fabulists is a groundbreaking exhibition featuring America and Europeâ€s most extraordinary contemporary artists. For the first time we are collaborating with the new American and English art duo Coates and Scarry, which has exposed us to one of … Continue reading

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3quarksdaily

http://www.3quarksdaily.com/ When Autumn Came This is the way that autumn came to the trees: it stripped them down to the skin, left their ebony bodies naked. It shook out their hearts, the yellow leaves, scattered them over the ground. Anyone … Continue reading

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Matt Taibbi – Taibblog – True/Slant

http://trueslant.com/matttaibbi/ My new article, Looting Main Street, is out on newsstands in Rolling Stone. It’s about Jefferson County, Alabama, and how a group of Wall Street banks (in particular JP Morgan Chase) ran the Birmingham area into the ground with … Continue reading

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ULLABENULLA

http://ullam.typepad.com/ A process in the weather of the heart Turns damp to dry; the golden shot Storms in the freezing tomb. A weather in the quarter of the veins Turns night to day; blood in their suns Lights up the … Continue reading

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Flack, political operative, speechwriter, novelist, columnist, and hack. – By Jack Shafer – Slate Magazine

http://www.slate.com/id/2229855?nav=wp Old Bill sucked shit through a rag when it came to doing his prime news gathering. For those smitten with his wordsmithing trumping other weaknesses, I’d offer the Jonathon Alter or Eric Alterman pieces as proof positive that they … Continue reading

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MARC BELL- EGYPT BUNCAKE

http://www.adambaumgoldgallery.com/Bell_Marc/balsam_adhesives.htm “Egypt Buncake,” 2006 Marc Bell, 35, lives in Vancouver, B.C. A monograph of his work, edited by Dan Nadel, will be released in 2008 by Picture Box. Marc Bell’s work was featured in The New York Times magazine Play, … Continue reading

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