Kirsten Tradowsky: In turning photos into paintings, she blurs faces, races and the walls between us
Painter Kirsten Tradowsky and gallerist Paul Kopeikin both collect what’s called vernacular photography, trawling flea markets and the like for other people’s images. Tradowsky’s current exhibition, “Time Echo,” is a collaboration: Kopeikin shared photographs from his collection, and Tradowsky...
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The streaming giant took swift action against Jonathan Friedland after he used the n-word (twice!) during several meetings.
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On Sunday, Joe Jackson posted a thoughtful reflection on life as he remains hospitalized with terminal cancer.
Lena Dunham, Bella Thorne among stars in Texas to protest officials separating illegal-immigrant families at US border
Cohen's photo with Tom Arnold fuels Trump tape speculation
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Roseanne Barr expresses 'horrible regret' in first interview since show's cancellation
The disgraced TV star opened up about the tweet that got the "Roseanne" reboot cancelled, saying she "feels remorse" and meant no racist intent.
Sting blasts leaders as 'cowards' over migration crisis
ATHENS (Reuters) - British singer and actor Sting called world leaders "half men and cowards" on Saturday for their inability to solve the refugee crisis.
What is a woman’s body worth in America?
Several of the essays in Chelsea Hodson’s debut collection center on her feelings about the objectification and commodification of her body. The strongest tether the writer’s academic interests to experiences from her past.
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