Robert Shuster


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  • 5 months ago | Books

    In 1961, a woman without any training in architecture or municipal design — without, in fact, a college degree — changed the way the world thought about urban renewal. In The Death and Life of Great American Cities, Jane Jacobs presented, as her o...

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    If there's a trend this fall in the art world, it's the embrace of the unfamiliar. Sure, you can get your servings of comfort food via Matisse (MOMA, October 12), Helen Frankenthaler (Gagosian Gallery, September 11), or yet another round of Cubism...

  • 3 years ago

    Dotty Attie: The Lone Ranger November 21–December 21 Best known for arrangements of small paintings that appropriate and rebuke Old Master portraits of women, Dotty Attie has more recently turned to kooky vintage photographs as source materi...

  • 4 years ago

    Richard Ross: 'Juvenile-in-Justice' Inside a Kansas detention center, a 12-year-old boy sits alone in a cinder block cell, completing a homework assignment on Old Yeller and trying to make it through a two-week lockup—punishment for expressi...


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