Sven Ratzke discusses his new show, WHERE ARE WE NOW.
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[W]hat lies beneath the arcing paths of these stars, fueling and frustrating them? ...more
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Robert Stone’s fictional universe was vast. The minds of Vietnam vets. Sailors on the open sea. Hidden romances at a prestigious university. But last weekend, one of our better explorers of the darker corners of American life was lost when Stone died at the age of 77 from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A writer of […]
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