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Entries Tagged as 'Humanity'

“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

Artists’ Contracts | Curators

August 5th, 2009 · No Comments

Based on a 1971 contract produced by exhibition organizer Seth Siegelaub and lawyer Robert Projansky, artist Maria Eichhorn took nine years to interview a group of artists and gallerists discussing the troublesome aspects of drafting contracts that may or may not have protected artists and their future gains. Two pictures in the book show Vassilakis […]

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Tags: Art · Art Market · Bern · Books · Business · Contemporary Art · Culture · Debate · Risk · Strategy · Theory

Human Voice

July 27th, 2009 · No Comments

Gangubai Hangal, the renowned Indian Classical singer, died on July 21, 2009. Twelve years earlier on the same day the revered anchorman Walter Cronkite, who died on July 17th, took the helm of USS Constitution in Massachusetts Bay. One common characteristic linking the two was their dignified and powerful voice. With her abundant courage Hangal […]

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Tags: Courage · Debate · History · Humanity · Music

4 a.m. Manifesto

May 27th, 2009 · No Comments

A is for alba, currently on view at Wave Hill, is Ilene Sunshine‘s most recent magical site-specific installation. There has been a significant transformation in the way viewers experience this installation, since its opening in March and the seasonal change in the surrounding landscape. Similar to Santiago Calatrava who rises at 4 a.m., Sunshine is […]

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Tags: Arkitektur · Books · Contemporary Art · Exhibitions · Installation · Sculpture · Strategy

The Bucky Challenge

May 5th, 2009 · No Comments

The winner of 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge was announced yesterday. Sustainable Personal Mobility and Mobility-on-Demand Systems (SPM/MoD) was submitted by Smart Cities Group an interdisciplinary team of students at MIT. The June 6th ceremony will be part of a weekend long celebration in Chicago where the $100,000 prize will be presented to the winners . […]

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Tags: Arkitektur · Business · Design · Environment · Strategy · Technology

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

Contemporary Thinkers

April 3rd, 2009 · 7 Comments

Thanks to Diarmuid Costello and Jonathan Vickery students, art collectors and anyone else interested in understanding contemporary art, can tap into short and succinct explanations of theories by some of the major thinkers who have formulated their interpretations of art since 1960. This book is an explicative and critical index to the works and ideas […]

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Tags: Arezoo Moseni · Art · Basel · Books · Contemporary Art · Criticism · Culture · Education · History · Online Journals · Philosophy · Strategy · Theory

Noerooz = New Day

March 19th, 2009 · No Comments

Tomorrow is Persian’s new year and the first day of spring. Persians   all over the world will rejoice and gather to celebrate one of the most jovial rituals dating back to Zoroaster. He walked the Persian lands to spread his idea of good deeds. “Do no evil” is ironically what we need at this time […]

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Tags: Body · Borders · Community · Courage · Design · Evolution · Humanity · Iran

Idea Index

March 2nd, 2009 · No Comments

Each year as part of the Buckminster Fuller Challenge, a distinguished jury panel awards a $100,000 prize to an idea which supports the development and implementation of a strategy with significant potential to solve humanity’s most pressing problems. Comprehensive Design for a Carbon Neutral World: The Challange of Appalachia was John Todd’s winning idea in […]

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Tags: Arkitektur · Community · Design · Environment · Evolution · Mind · Strategy · Technology · Theory

The Senses

February 9th, 2009 · No Comments

Another fun quick read by the remarkable thinker Paul Virilio who wrote The Aesthetics of Disapperance in 1991. In Art as Far as the Eye Can See, he debates the ramifications of the disapperance of the aesthetic. He reminds us of Albert Camus’ observation that 20th century would become synonymous with fear and how fear […]

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Tags: Art · Body · Books · Evolution · Libraries · Mind

The Appearance of Ideas

February 8th, 2009 · No Comments

New York Times is the only publication providing a public service by continuing to publish its weekly book review without a single advertisement, and making the New York Times Book Review archive (1981-present) available online free of charge. How many other companies are actively pursuing projects that would directly benefit the public? credit: Berlin Walk […]

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Tags: Books · Evolution · Libraries · Outdoors · Sculpture · Sports

The Art Scene

January 18th, 2009 · No Comments

Over the past seven or eight years the contemporary art market has had an unprecedented rise in activities and prices. The irony is that if we were to look through the auction catalogues of contemporary art from fifteen or twenty years ago we will recognize works by artists who have lost their place in the […]

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Tags: Art Market · Bern · Books · Business · Contemporary Art · Culture · Museums · Strategy

“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