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    Whose Art Thou? On a Few Discursive Aspects of Russia’s Military Intervention

    April 21, 2014  —  

    The Saint Petersburg-based poet Pavel Arsenyev dissects the ambiguous rhetoric surrounding Russia’s invasion of Crimea.  More
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    Celebrating 4/20 with 13 Ways of Looking at Cannabis

    April 18, 2014  —  

    Ahead of the 4/20 holiday, we present the work of 13 contemporary artists who represent marijuana as an intricate flowering plant, a mind-expanding substance and the deep-rooted source of a vibrant subculture.  More
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    How to Get a Whole Generation to Sell Out

    April 11, 2014  —  

    Today’s twenty-somethings aren’t apathetic or opportunistic. They’re just trying to survive an economic system that has saddled them with inescapable student debt.  More
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    Of Crimea and Other Crises: Drawings by Dan Perjovschi

    April 8, 2014  —  

    One of Romania’s best-known artists, Dan Perjovschi, shares drawings that ironically address Russia’s occupation of Crimea as well as today’s worldwide crises of inequality, debt and surveillance.  More
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    Is Capitalism Working for You?

    April 7, 2014  —  

    Artist Steve Lambert has asked thousands of people across the United States whether capitalism is working for them. Here’s why.  More
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    Editor's Letter

    Editor Marisa Mazria Katz speaks with the artist John Hulsey about a recent action he helped organize, in which members of the Boston community group City Life/Urbana Vida occupied a vacant house and an open radio frequency to push for affordable housing.

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