Review

New York Live Arts presents

Marjani Forte
Nov 15-19


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Poetry and the Photo: Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb’s Slant Rhymes by Michael Juliani
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Chroniclers of restless wanderlust. 

Hidden Histories: Mary Kelly: The Practical Past by Jessica Holmes
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From the laundry room to the streets.  

Make Some Noise: Yves Tumor’s Experiencing the Deposit of Faith by Domenick Ammirati
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A daydream by a night owl.

The Language of Duress: Speech/Acts at the Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia by Amber Rose Johnson
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Experimental black poetry and visual art.

Sacred Folly: on Romain Gary’s The Kites and Promise at Dawn by J.W. McCormack
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A rediscovered novel and memoir depict a character we are lucky to have on the page. In life he would mortify us.

From Absence to the Living Body: Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 by Ellie Robins
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Recovering global feminism. 

Greed, Italian Style: on Nicola Lagioia’s Ferocity by Kristen Martin
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Corruption, capitalism, and death in Puglia.

Watching Caribbean Cinema by Monica Uszerowicz
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Islands of stories.

Intimate Variations: Other Romances at Rachel Uffner Gallery by Katherine Brewer Ball
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Extending the possibilities of relation.

Productive Creativity: On Janina Wellmann’s The Form of Becoming: Embryology and the Epistemology of Rhythm, 1760–1830 by Catherine Despont
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Exploring the lost connection between aesthetics and science.

Recalibrating Sense: Cassils at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts by Tess Altman
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The body as social sculpture.

History and Its Marks: Kahlil Robert Irving’s Streets:Chains:Cocktails by Amelia Rina
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Smashing high and low.

Sculpting Space: Ruth Asawa at David Zwirner by Osman Can Yerebakan
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Mixing ardor and ethereality.

Teju Cole’s Blind Spot by Claire Lehmann
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Following loosely in the tradition of the book-length photo-essay yoking images to text in a documentary mode, Cole has gently torqued this form.

William Pope.L Navigates the Flint Waterways by Jennifer Junkermeier
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Not fit for human consumption.

Paul Kingsnorth’s Beast by Tyler Curtis
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The Wake—Paul Kingsnorth’s 2014 debut novel, which chronicles the life of an Anglo-Saxon during the Norman Conquest—has since gained a disturbing resonance with the recent surge and codification of nationalism that is Brexit.

Mark Fosson’s Solo Guitar by Daniel Bachman
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I met Mark in 2012 on a two-week tour from Montreal to Kentucky. He had just released a set of home recordings from 1976 called Digging in the Dust on the Tompkins Square label, and we had a great time driving around and getting to know each other.

Mathieu Lindon’s Learning What Love Means by Andrew Durbin
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It is both a memoir of Lindon’s literary friendships and a treatise on survival, a tribute to the friends whose care and love, in Lindon’s words, saved his life, even as they were themselves lost.

Between Then and Now: on Kara Walker and Ta-Nehisi Coates by Rabia Ashfaque
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Reminding us of what should never have been forgotten

Defying Categories: on Chimera: Vaginal Davis & Louise Nevelson by Matthew J. Abrams
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Two artists creating hybrids

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