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Calder: Hypermobility


Among Europeans Marcel Duchamp, Joan Miró, Fernand Leger, and Jean Arp, Calder was the inventive, amusing American, a prankster-turned-Constructivist. To his confreres in the United States, such as David Smith and Ibram Lassaw—also constructing in metal during the 1930s—Calder was admired as the inventor of the mobile, and their only contemporary to be shown in Paris, Berlin, London, and Zurich. 548 more words

New York


A low-key, down-to-earth craft beer joint close to the meatpacking district in Vesterbro, which is less known to tourists.

Beer is world-class and the cozy place is an amazing alternative to the world-famous… 102 more words


Social and Emotional Learning - Our Public Space, our Personal Experience Pt. I

Freire (1970) called for an educational model where we learn by participating in social and political events. To him, education and politics are inseparable and the student is as equally responsible in the creation of knowledge as the teacher is. 326 more words

Art Education

Customers, Workers & The Nightlife In The Meatpacking District, New York

Photographer Mike Peters is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this street photography. These images are from his project ‘Meatpacking‘. To see Mike’s body of work click on any image.

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Ravenhawks Magazine

SUV Bursts Into Flames In Meatpacking District

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — An SUV burst into flames in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District on Saturday afternoon.

Crews were called to 18th Street and Ninth Avenue shortly before 4:15 p.m. 77 more words


New York City 2017

My first collection includes photos from my recent trip to New York City. Even though my family and I were only there for the weekend, we were fortunate enough to visit amazing destinations all around the East and West Village. 646 more words

Blue York