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“Human Stream”

November 11th, 2009 · No Comments

“In keeping with the seasonal nomadic walks of her ancestors, Arezoo Moseni faces unexpected challenges that are both invigorating and at times dangerous. Her desire to walk the entire Island of Manhattan to complete Human Stream lends dimension to the scope of her quests. There is a strength and perhaps genius in her endurance. Her […]

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Arkitektur · Contemporary Art · Humanity · New York · Photography · Walking

Art or Not Art?

June 26th, 2009 · No Comments

James Elkins, E.C. Chadbourne Chair of Art History, Theory and Criticism at School of the Art Institute of Chicago, has been busy editing several insightful and inquisitive books as part of The Art Seminar series published by Routledge. The State of Art Criticism is a follow up to his earlier book What Happened to Art […]

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Tags: Art · Books · Business · Criticism · Debate · Education · New York · Technology · Theory · Video

Libraries Day + Night

April 19th, 2009 · No Comments

A month ago Evan Mirapaul, the contemporary art collector and founder of Elements Quartet, pulled off a gracious last minute appearance in a revealing Artist Dialogue with brilliant librarian and artist Deirdre Donohue. He was ecstatically enthusiastic as he showed us his copy of The Library at Night by Alberto Manguel. National Library Week (April […]

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Tags: Books · Business · Community · Contemporary Art · Culture · Librarians · Libraries · Music · New York · Photography · Strategy

Thomas Hirschhorn

March 7th, 2009 · 1 Comment

In his comical and dysfunctional Universal Gym, Hirschhorn brings back his usual low tech constructions made from cardboard, foil, glass, heart monitors, rubber, tape, trophies, wood, etc. overloading viewers with stuff of consumerism. The motionless figures are similar to stuffed museum specimen. The hearts are gouged out of their chests, and they seem distant. Love […]

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Basel · Body · Books · Contemporary Art · Exhibitions · Gym · Health · Installation · New York · Sculpture

“I Love My Librarian” Award Nominations + Article

January 10th, 2009 · No Comments

Anna Kiraly, Nicole Cohen, Olive Ayhens, Pradeep Dalal, Darcy Spitz, Stephen Spretnjak, Judith Linhares, Caryl Herzfeld, Patricia Dahlman, Marisa van Pol, Joan Grubin, George Stolz, Ilene Sunshine, Anujan Ezhikode, Tobi Zausner, Sandra Friedberg Despite the tight layout and typos, you can read quotes from the award winners in the January/February 2009 issue of American Libraries. […]

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Art · Community · Contemporary Art · Librarians · Love · New York

Carnegie Corporation of New York / New York Times

January 7th, 2009 · No Comments

09 December 2008 at the Times Center

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Courage · Librarians · New York

NYC 4th of July 2008

July 5th, 2008 · 1 Comment

This year’s fireworks show was one of the least memorable as the rain and humidity intensified the side effects of the lingering and air polluting smoke, sulfur, heavy metals and toxins. Pablo Päster of salon.com analyzes the hazardous substances in fireworks. East Village, 04.VII.08 ⓒ Arezoo Moseni

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Fireworks · New York · Photography · Pollution

Art21 Guest Blogs

June 29th, 2008 · No Comments

My Art:21 Guest Blogs ….. 16 – 27 June 2008 Rotating selection of blogs by guests invited to write about anything that intrigues them. The editor of Art21 Blog is Kelly Shindler Director of Special Projects at Art21. Here is the list of the top 20 Art blogs compiled by Joy Garnett, Associate Library Manager […]

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Art · Art21 · Books · Community · Contemporary Art · Courage · Film · Installation · New York · Sports · Video

Bear Mountain

June 10th, 2008 · 1 Comment

The recovery from my mountain climbing fall is yet to be fully complete. My 25 foot fall was a life changing experience making me realize how lucky I was to live through it. This post would not exist, if it were not for a branch on a fallen tree poking through my sleeve and holding […]

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Body · Climbing · New York