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Legends Never Die by Caroline Rothstein - Narratively: Local stories, boldly told. - Narratively: Local stories, boldly told.by Caroline Rothstein Two decades after a low-budget film turned Washington Square skaters into international celebrities, the kids from "Kids" struggle with lost lives, distant friendships, and the fine art of growing up. Archival photos courtesy Gunars Elmuts; all other photos by Jonathan Weiskopf August 1990, St.
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Comic Sans is installed more on PCs. Why so serious Linux & Mac? That's just one of the many things we discovered while looking into the creative history of typography aka fonts.
Photographer and techno-wizard Adam Magyar has been working on a tricky time-based photographic series entitled Stainless since 2009.
By Jessica Kantor Click here to read the Chinese version of this article.
When Artinfo released the China-focused edition of an article featuring the most influential young players in the art world , the preponderance of Hong Kong-based figures, occupying twelve of thirty positions, was unexpected. Despite the meteoric growth of the art fair ArtHK as a pan-Asian platform, the success of international auction firms Christie’s and Sotheby’s in the city, and the evolution of the downtown financial district as a gallery hotspot, the Chinese art world largely continues to regard Hong Kong as a provincial and utilitarian offshore haven for their own regional art market. But a younger generation of artists, curators, and patrons in the southern territory is rapidly transforming this image into one of a far more international hub, a place of exchange that, like Hong Kong civil society as a whole, is increasingly resistant to narratives of Chinese hegemony.