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From Troja to Dublin to Chinatown, NY - It's an Odyssey!

Ulysses
by James Joyce

In the 8th century, soon after writing the Iliad, Homer wrote its sequel, The Odyssey, another epic poem about the Trojan War. Twelve centuries later, James Joyce used the structure of The Odyssey as a framework for his novel Ulysses. He published it in installments from 1918 to 1920 in The Little Review before it was published by Sylvia Beachon in it...

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Sam Falls - Reference Monograph

Sam Falls
by Sam Falls

This first retrospective monograph of American artist Sam Falls (b. 1984, San Diego; lives in Los Angeles) spans his work from his beginnings in the 2010s to his most recent exhibitions. Following the traditions of Minimalism and Land art, while pursuing a path toward abstraction, his oeuvre has undoubtedly been influenced by nature and the Los Angel...

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Art for All!

Arts of the Working Class

Arts of the Working Class - #1 - A City Is A Stateless Mind
by Paul Sochacki

"Arts of the Working Class" is a street journal for poverty, wealth and art. It is published every two months and contains contributions by artists and thinkers from different fields and in different languages. Its terms are based upon the working class, meaning everyone, and it reports everything that belongs to everyone. Everyone who sells...

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As Deep as I Could Remember, As Far as I Could See

As deep as I could remember, as far as I could see
by Tarik Kiswanson

This first book by Tarik Kiswanson brings together two poems: two polyphonic narratives that explore the notions of desire, plural identities, borders and métissage.

The first one, composed as an interview between the artist and his alter ego, a pre-adolescent boy who gives his name to the poem, Vadim. This exchange is then split, multiplie...

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Atlas of the Copenhagens

Atlas of the Copenhagens
by Anders Lonka, Deane Simpson, Joost Grootens, Kathrin Susanna Gimmel, Marc Jay

Atlas of the Copenhagens explores the urban territories of Copenhagen, often identified in city-ranking indices as the world’s most sustainable and livable city. Such claims position Copenhagen as an opportune site to engage in a wider debate on contemporary urban ideals, prompting questions such as: What is sustainability or livability? On whose term...

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