Murder She Said

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Murder She Said – Curated by Thalia Vrachopoulos and Richard VineAnya & Andrew Shiva Gallery at John Jay College of Criminal JusticeNovember 15, 2016 – January 13, 2017 Am I looking at an image of a dress on the ground covered with leaves? Is it from a lover’s tryst, or is something more sinister going

Αρχική OΜΟΓEΝΕΙΑ Εντονη ελληνική παρουσία σε έκθεση στην President’s Gallery στο Jay College Εντονη ελληνική παρουσία σε έκθεση στην President’s Gallery στο Jay College Από Του Φώτη Καλιαμπάκου – 4 Οκτώβριος, 2016 0 190 Η επιμελήτρια της έκθεσης, διακεκριμένη καθηγήτρια Ιστορίας της Τέχνης κ. Θάλεια Βραχοπούλου. Φωτογραφία: Εθνικός Κήρυξ, Φώτης Καλιαμπάκος. ΝΕΑ ΥΟΡΚΗ. Η διακεκριμένη

Museum & Gallery Listings for Jan. 29-Feb. 4 New York Times / January 28, 2016 http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/29/arts/design/museum-amp-gallery-listings-for-jan-29-feb-4.html ‘The Missing: Rebuilding the Past’ (closes next Friday) The Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery at John Jay College of Criminal Justice is always worth keeping an eye on. Its current group show was inspired by the continuing destruction of antiquities

Art Book Depicting Murder Inc. Is No Steal Book on Jewish Gangsters of Murder Inc. to Cost $4,200 http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/21/nyregion/the-brownsville-boys-jewish-gangsters-of-murder-inc-book-to-cost-4200.html?_r=0 The New York Times / March 20, 2014     Larry E. Sullivan of John Jay College with his $4,200 boxed book about Murder Inc.’s Jewish gangsters, “The Brownsville Boys.” CreditMichael Appleton for The New York Times 

Virtual Reality Gallery Exhibition Recreates What ISIS Destroyed By Vida Weisblum  http://observer.com/2016/01/virtual-reality-exhibit-recreates-what-isis-destroyed/ Observer Culture / January 12, 2016 A new virtual reality exhibit allows gallery-goers to “visit” a reconstructed 360-degree version of the Palace of Ashurnasirpal II at Nimrud — the 3,300-year old Assyrian site destroyed by ISIS fighters last March. Launched by the Antiques Coalition and Learning

Curator’s Close-Up: Thalia Vrachopoulos by Lilia Ziamou http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lilia-ziamou/curators-closeup-thalia-v_b_8172996.html Huffington Post / September 22,2015 Thalia Vrachopoulos is an art historian, curator, writer and professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York. She has organized and curated over one hundred exhibitions in the US, Asia and Europe and has written

In Acts of Resistance, Artists and Scholars Digitally Reconstruct the Past by Claire Voon http://hyperallergic.com/270503/in-acts-of-resistance-artists-digitally-reconstruct-the-destroyed-past/ Hyperallergic / January 27,2016 In the past year alone, members of ISIS have marred cultural treasures in Iraq and Syria, taking sledgehammers and drills to statues at the Mosul Museum and delivering numerous blows to the ancient site of Palmyra, including its 1,800-year-old Arch of

Professor Contributes To Exhibit Showcasing Efforts By Artists And Scholars To Resist Destruction Of Art And Antiquities By ISIS http://www.wellesley.edu/news/2016/january/node/80516#sthash.nacHt7k0.dpuf Wellesley College The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), also called Daesh, has engaged in a systematic campaign to destroy irreplaceable cultural artifacts across the region. Erich Hatala Matthes, assistant professor of philosophy, recently contributed to

Modes of Defiance: Latin American Art, 1970 to the Present http://ifacontemporary.org/modes-of-defiance-latin-american-art-1970-to-the-present/   IFA Contemporary / SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 / ELH349    For the inaugural meeting of this year’s Latin American Forum on September 9th, Professor Edward Sullivan moderated a panel discussion titled Modes of Defiance: Latin American Art, 1970 to the Present, which met in conjunction with the exhibition Bearing Witness: Art and

World’s Military Budget Tops All Others As Women Call for Peace By Teri Verite   http://www.tribes.org/web/2013/12/06/women-call-for-peace/   Tribes / December 6, 2013    Over $1 trillion annually, worldwide military spending far exceeds anything else in our austerity era, including that of the UN peacekeeping budget (a fraction of the former at a mere $7.9 million).  This depressing

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