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Occupy Wall Street’s “No Comment”: A Cautionary Tale

by Whitney Kimball on October 18, 2011
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No Comment, the Occupy Wall Street art exhibition, is even more rife with controversy than when it opened. Following speculation that she may have been using the Occupy Wall Street movement to pay back the rent owed from her previous 9/11 show, curator Marika Maiorova is now facing backlash from No Comment participants over last-minute changes in sales contracts.

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Call for Artists: Wall Street Occupennial!

by Whitney Kimball on October 5, 2011
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Art is mobilizing! The Wall Street Occupennial is gathering proposals, volunteers, and donations in order to hold a series of art events related to Occupy Wall Street. They are currently archiving all occupation-related art projects on the Occupennial’s tumblr page, and apparently an upcoming exhibition will take place outside across from the New York Stock Exchange.

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