Martha Rosler, Woman with Cannon, from “Bringing Home the War: House Beautiful,” 1967-72. Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Martha Rosler. An exhibition of Rosler’s pictures of Cuba, taken in January, 1981, are on view now at Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Chelsea. Rosler and I talked last week in front of a live audience at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
Rosler has been the subject of dozens of major exhibitions, including the 1999 retrospective “Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World,” which was organized by Ikon Gallery in Birmingham and Generali Foundation, Vienna. That show traveled throughout Europe and to the New Museum and the International Center of Photography in New York.
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Crazy jealous of our graphic designer’s DIY moto jacket. (Taken with Instagram at Nasty Gal Studios)
a back i’d like to massage
The most beautiful tattoo I ever seen.
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From the tower of stacked hope
Your writing of letters flutters down
A falcon swoop into hands cupped
A nest of feathers saved and savoured
The golden egg of your melt mouth
Cracked and bled promise over my skin
I lick the sticky like the back of a stamp
The only approval I need to fly
Toward you with every word I write
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Tops 1,000,000 Units Sold
Today, Microsoft announced that Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has officially surpassed 1 million units sold. Impressive.
The game is also said to have logged about 5.2 million total online hours, and 4 million multiplayer sessions, and over 2.4 million multiplayer hours. If you want to grab Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition, it will cost you 1600 Microsoft Points.
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