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GALLERY: IPCNY – New Prints 2014 Winter

NYC GALLERY OPENINGS – http://nycgalleryopenings.com Group Show New Prints 2014/ Winter Curated by: Noah Breuer, Terry Fassburg, Richard Lloyd, Mary Newman, Andre Ribuoli, Madeleine Viljoen ARTISTS Alison Whitworth Ann Stewart Beka Goedde Ben Discover A Lot More

A New Face for Violet | The New York Times

Violet Pietrok was born with a Tessier Cleft, a rare defect that left a fissure in her skull. Surgeons at Boston Children’s Hospital, aided by 3-D prints of her skull, hope to repair the damage. Produced by: Kassie Bracken Read the story here: Discover A Lot More

Fake Book Covers on the Subway PART TWO

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Taking Fake Book Covers on the Subway

Subways are a great place to catch up on your reading. But how do people react to book covers that are a little embarrassing, and also pretty hilarious? Watch how people react to comedian Scott Rogowsky “reading” some ridiculous books in public. Written Discover A Lot More

New York 1954.55 by William Klein (1995)

This book that is being flipped is from the English edition. Published by Dewi Lewis Publishing, Manchester (England), 1995. — It was Winogrand, giving advice to photographers, who said, “They should be, the problem is, the primary problem is Discover A Lot More