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Alison Elizabeth Taylor Brings It to the Table by Melissa Messina

Since earning an M.F.A. from Columbia University in 2005, New York-based artist Alison Elizabeth Taylor has developed an idiosyncratic and subversive employment of a long out-dated hobbyist’s technique called marquetry, or the inlay of wood veneer. 2,360 more words

Volume 2, Issue 1: Women

Durham Press at the Dallas Art Fair

Durham Press will be returning to the Dallas Art Fair for our second year. We are looking forward to exhibiting new and recent prints by… 89 more words

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Electric Literature (Issue 5)

The quarterly anthology of short fiction from Electric Literature features five short stories in each issue. Issues retail at 10 bucks a pop for US based readers, or 19 bucks a pop if, like me, you live outside of the home of the Big Mac. 26 more words

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Summer Greetings!

Durham Press is having another busy summer. We have had visits from Mickalene Thomas, Hurvin Anderson, Beatriz Milhazes, Polly Apfelbaum and James Nares. Durham Press is excited for new editions which will be launched in the fall. 100 more words

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The Marquetry of Tattered Walls

While wandering around as many galleries I could in the Chelsea district in New York as of late, one show that struck me with it’s skill and concept was Alison Elizabeth Taylor’s exhibition “Foreclosed” at the James Cohan Gallery. 135 more words

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