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Stephanie Diamond

Ten Years of the Listings Project: An Interview With Stephanie Diamond

by Paddy Johnson on September 16, 2013
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Stephanie Diamond’s Listings Project is having a very special 10 year anniversary. Today, she launches the Listings Project website, a weekly listserv of art-related job and real estate classifieds. (AFC staffers can thank Listings Project on both fronts, on more than one occasion). A few months ago, I sat down with her to talk about the website and the wildly successful project, which is both an art community and Diamond’s longest-running art project.

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In Our Masthead: The Listings Project

by Paddy Johnson on November 29, 2010
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Each week Stephanie Diamond sends out listings for studio spaces, sublets, roommates, etc to her a mailing list built on word of mouth alone. The people on this list are by and large art professionals, and tend not to be of the skeevy sort. It’s a real service, and it’s free. This year, I’m donating a little money to keep it that way.

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IMG MGMT: Do Attempt This At Home

by Stephanie Diamond on July 29, 2008

Image Stephanie Diamond [Editors note: IMG MGMT is an artist essay series highlighting the diversity of curatorial processes within the art making practice. Stephanie Diamond, today’s invited artist exhibits her work internationally and nationally and maintains the website stephaniediamond.com] DO ATTEMPT THIS AT HOME Congratulations! You have been selected to be part of the exhibition, […]

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Emerging Artist Summer Series: Stephanie Diamond

by Art Fag City on August 23, 2007

Stephanie Diamond, Posed in Between Faces for Snapshots, 2007 Maybe I am too easily pleased by simple concepts, but I can’t help but be charmed by the photographs of Stephanie Diamond. Featured above is one of many photographs taken in the series Posed in Between Faces for Snapshots, whereby the artist asks her subjects to […]

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