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    Two Jihadi Cartoon Characters Reflect on the Charlie Hebdo Attacks

    January 13, 2015  —  

    In pondering the horrific Charlie Hebdo massacre, the Lebanese satirist Karl Sharro’s simpleton extremists, Abu A and Abu B, wake up to their own reality: they are cartoons.  More
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    A Whale Is A Whale Is A Whale: Swan Song for the Arabian Humpback

    January 6, 2015  —  

    With her haunting new video, artist Sophia Al-Maria composes an ethereal tribute to the disappearing Arabian Humpback population, tracing its near-extinction from whaling for oil and sport to the destruction of its habitat caused by industry.  More
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    Miley, Eric and Me: Basel’s Dazzle and the Dark Death Around Us

    December 18, 2014  —  

    The artist Mel Chin speaks to the uncanny experience of witnessing a VIP-only Miley Cyrus performance at Art Basel – Miami Beach as the Eric Garner grand jury decision provoked street protests across the nation.  More
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    From Breadlines to Bling: Romania, 25 Years After the Revolution

    December 16, 2014  —  

    In December 1989 street protests toppled Romania’s Communist regime, establishing a liberal democracy in the place of Nicolae Ceaușescu’s notorious dictatorship. Dan Perjovschi’s witty drawings depict the bittersweet transition from poverty and scarcity to a consumerist society.  More
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    Y2K: Welcome to the Jungle

    December 9, 2014  —  

    The Y2K scare did not culminate in disaster, but it did bring to light our precarious dependence on technology. Mining his archive of Y2K ephemera, the artist Perry Chen showcases the media, cultural phenomena and thinkers that revealed our anxieties about an intricately networked world.  More
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    Editor’s Letter

    For this month’s Editor’s Letter, Marisa Mazria Katz interviews London-based artist Adam Broomberg about his work with longtime collaborator Oliver Chanarin, which has gradually shifted away from figurative modes of representation and toward more critical and conceptual concerns.

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