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We Went to the Lower East Side: John, Julien, Judith, and Lucas

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on April 2, 2013
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In every “We Went To” post, we leave out a handful of shows that don’t leave much for the imagination or discussion. By now, we figure that ignoring them doesn’t help anyone. This week’s skippables: James Fuentes, Blackston, and Participant, Inc. Those we included: Simon Preston Gallery, Invisible Exports, and Joe Sheftel.

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Survival in New York: An Interview with Artist Judith Braun

by Paddy Johnson on November 10, 2010
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The sixth interview in a series of posts examining what it means to survive in New York. Today I speak with Judith Braun, an artist living and working in New York. Other interviews include, Executive Director of Rhizome and Adjunct Curator at The New Museum Lauren Cornell, artist Marcin Ramocki, curator and Prospect Non-Profit Director Dan Cameron,  Shelly Bancroft and […]

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Work of Art: Judging This Book By Its Cover

by Paddy Johnson on June 24, 2010
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This week on Bravo’s Work of Art: Design a book cover. Artists are designers? Contestant Judith Braun resists this idea, Miles Mendenhall takes four hours out of his day to read Frankenstein, and Erik Johnson is pleased his cover is also a tattoo already on his arm.

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