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Redefining the Role of the Artist

by William Powhida on April 4, 2014
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Last Thursday Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna reframed the affordable workspace debate from what artists need to what artists can offer their communities.

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Ten Takeaways on Rent Reform: “Talk to Your Neighbors”

by Whitney Kimball on April 1, 2014
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From “Studio in Crisis,” here are ten crucial points on how artists can help change real estate policies in New York City.

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An In-Depth Discussion on How Artists Can Save Studios in NYC

by Whitney Kimball on April 1, 2014
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Six months after nearly a hundred artists were forced to leave their studios in Industry City, a panel convened to talk about what artists can do to stay in the city. We heard from representatives in city planning, city government, rent reform initiatives, and beleaguered artists.

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MATTE: Christopher Schreck, “Denying the Barriers”

by Matthew Leifheit on October 23, 2013
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Christopher Schreck is a writer and sometimes photographer who believes “the way art hits you should be eye to the heart to the brain, in that order.”

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Art Authenticator’s Case Against Art F City’s Paddy Johnson and Others Dismissed

by The AFC Staff on August 6, 2013
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The Southern District of New York, in an opinion written by Judge J. Paul Oetken, has dismissed a claim for defamation by Peter Paul Biro against Art F City’s Paddy Johnson. The blog post cited in Biro’s complaint had quoted passages from a David Grann article originally published in the New Yorker.

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The Tree That’s “Not About Gay Marriage” Gets Removed

by Corinna Kirsch on March 29, 2013
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The Menil has formally announced that The Art Guys’ controversial artwork “The Art Guys Marry a Plant” has been approved for de-accession. The Houston museum has rid itself of a troublesome artwork, which for years has been subject to vandalism and criticism as an emblem of gay marriage.

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