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5 Ways NYC Inspires Writers, Marketers, PR Pros

By Karen Hendricks

What does the phrase “recharging my batteries” mean to you? I’d describe it as:

Freelance Writing

Learning from Japanese Structural Design: Reflections on the Symposium

MoMA’s exhibit on Japanese architecture (through July 31, 2016) examines the “constellation” of influence in the country’s early-21st-century architecture and design community, but perhaps not so explicit in the exhibit are 1) the structural engineers’ parallel relationships of influence and 2) the structural engineer’s role in collaborating with architects to produce these works. 1,182 more words

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MoMA announcing it's first fashion exhibition called '' Items: Is Fashion Modern?''

At the end of 2017 MoMA will open an exhibition titled Items: Is Fashion Modern? As a way of announcing the preliminary scope and research of this exhibition, and to begin dialogue around some of the works that will become part of a larger exhibition checklist, we will hold a launch event in May 2016. 426 more words

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Tadanori Yokoo. The poster as work of art

With exhibitions at MOMA New York and other prestigious museums, the art of the Japanese artist Tadanori Yokoo is a distinctive one that alludes to Russian Constructivism, Surrealism and Pop Art. 85 more words

Art

Scene Weekend: Looking to MoMA Film

May 21 / 16

Hey there! I found some great things to share with you today. First off MoMA has some films you might want to see…. 567 more words

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The Truth About New Yorkers

Here’s the ugly truth about New Yorkers that may be difficult for someone living in rural Iowa to comprehend: as exciting, glamorous as our city may seem, most New Yorkers rarely go to Broadway shows, galleries and museums. 282 more words

Single Mom

New York City

If the weather was great in Texas, it was terrible in New York City. I got unlucky, five cloudy rainy cold days wedged in between two lovely Spring weeks. 863 more words

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