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Exhibition
Exhibition

A Sylvia Plath Retrospective Finally Puts Her Visual Art on Display

Little known fact: Plath was an art major before she switched to English.
Cailey Rizzo
7.28.17
Zines
Zines

This Chaotic Zine Reveals Black Metal's Darkest Layers

Artists and writers Una Hamilton Helle, Lotte Brown, and others explore Norwegian metal’s wilderness and folkloric imagery in the second issue of the black metal art zine 'Becoming the Forest.'
DJ Pangburn
6.15.17
poetry
poetry

A Poet Turned Nonsense from a Language-Learning App into Something Beautiful

My sister goes to the institute / My parents do not love her.
Kara Weisenstein
6.8.17
poetry
poetry

Apples and Ballons Are Like Paper for This Poet Laureate

Redmond Poet Laureate Shin Yu Pai is changing the way we experience poetry.
Abby Ronner
5.16.17
activist art
activist art

Floridians Hack Google to Display Poetry by Inmates in Miami

As part of the O, Miami Poetry Festival, South Florida residents are altering Google’s autocomplete by typing in one-line poems penned by incarcerated people in Miami.
Monica Uszerowicz
4.16.17
Animation
Animation

Crack Open an Ice Cold Animation of Charles Bukowski’s Ode to Beer

Creative production studio, Nerdo, produced a short animation visualizing Bukowski's poem, "Beer."
Nathaniel Ainley
4.7.17
protest art
protest art

Emergency Protest-Performance Honors Standing Rock's Water Protectors and Miami's Displaced "Boat People"

Gina Cunningham’s 'For All Boat People,' accompanied by Colleen Farnum’s fiery choreography, utilizes dance, video, and prayer to honor the plight of indigenous peoples.
Monica Uszerowicz
2.17.17
Art
Art

Photographer Mixes Lou Reed Lyrics With Mongolian Emptiness in this Ghostly Series

Italian photographer Alessandro Zanoni makes like a poetic ghost in his lyrical photographs of a deserted urban town.
Diana Shi
1.8.17
Art
Art

At MoMA, Revolutionary Russian Art Provides a Roadmap for Artistic Dissent

MoMA is tracing the history of artistic movements in Russia from 1912 to 1930.
DJ Pangburn
12.11.16
Art
Art

Poetic Textiles Tell a History Woven by Women

Francesca Capone looks at textiles as a poetic language that tells a version of history from a female perspective.
Andrew Salomone
11.26.16
Art
Art

In Brooklyn, Art and Conversation Are an Antidote to Uncertain Times

BeingWith_ is an event series that aims to heal unspoken vulnerabilities.
Charlie Schmidlin
11.21.16
film
film

Bittersweet Animation Tells the Tale of Leonard Cohen's "Two Went to Sleep"

Here's a hint: it involved two women and a bed.
Beckett Mufson
11.15.16