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Selena Kimball at Wolfstaedter Gallery

Artist Selena Kimball of Brooklyn, NYC, (top image at left – well, you can’t see her…) discusses her large-scale collage with a young visitor at Wolfstaedter Gallery in Frankfurt, Mar. 15 more words


Afterwords: The most exquisite of corpses

Agnieszka Taborska’s novel Niedokończone życie Phoebe Hicks (The Unfinished Life of Phoebe Hicks) was published in Poland in 2013. Selected excerpts of the completed translation by Ursula Phillips were published in Saturday European Fiction in B O D Y. 516 more words


Agnieszka Taborska in B O D Y

“When Phoebe Hicks conducted her first séance, when she became the first medium in New England, when her fame began to entice other women to embark on a similar career, no one foresaw, of course, what would distinguish her from her successors. 91 more words


History recollected

Selena Kimball‘s collages are based on archival documents, beautiful prints found in historic books which she cunningly cuts apart in order to reassemble and create into her own interpretation of historical scenes or events. 108 more words


Selena Kimball

Selena is an american artist born in Maine. She moved to New York where she’s currently working as an artist. She often works with archival documents (illustrated histories, genealogies), since the history that we know, from herodotus onwards, is part real and part invented, she focus on historical documents for the stories that exist inside them: narratives of partially told or lost social histories. 21 more words


Sunday, June 12th Tour of Crown Heights area of Brooklyn

Sunday June 12th, we will travel to the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn to visit artists George Boorujy, Selena Kimball, Matthew Northridge, and Aaron Wexler. … 717 more words