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Interview

Weighing Risks, After Last Week’s Cancelled Pro-Palestine Workshop

by Whitney Kimball on July 29, 2014
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“[W]hat is the responsibility of each of us, in the context of potential genocide?” An interview with artist and activist Amin Husain after last week’s cancelled “10 Days/10 Ideas” workshop.

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Marisa Sage on The Freedom of Being an Art Consultant

by Paddy Johnson on June 17, 2014
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What’s an art consultant? What do they do? We asked Marisa Sage to talk about her firm LIKE THE SPICE, and the Williamsburg Gallery she ran from 2006-2012 Like The Spice Gallery.

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A Primer on the Theo Westenberger Estate

by Paddy Johnson and Matthew Leifheit on June 16, 2014
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Photographer Theo Westenberger had a massively successful career before she died in 2008 of lung cancer. Now the estate works full time to make her generosity known. An Interview with Estate Executor Colleen Keegan and staff artists Molly Butcher and Dominic Jones.

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The Plan That Could Fend Off Real Estate: Frances Goldin and the Cooper Square Committee

by Whitney Kimball on May 13, 2014
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After fifty years of fighting, the Cooper Square Committee has finally enabled people to buy their New York apartments for as little as $250 per unit. I speak with the Committee’s last surviving co-founder Frances Goldin, about community land trusts, the East Village, and not quitting.

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A Brief Look at the North Korean Art Market With Jane Portal of the Boston MFA

by Corinna Kirsch on May 2, 2014
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On collecting and purchasing North Korean art.

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Carlos A. Rivera on the Rise of ArtRank (Formerly Known as Sell You Later)

by Corinna Kirsch on March 21, 2014
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I chatted with Carlos A. Rivera about his involvement in the art world, Sell You Later’s short history, and what’s in store for ArtRank.

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