Posts Tagged: Triple Canopy

Guernica and Triple Canopy: Two Not to Miss

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Two pieces of writing that caught my eye today were Bridget Potter’s essay “Lucky Girl” in Guernica, and Joshua Cohen’s “Thirty-Six Shades of Prussian Blue” in Triple Canopy. Potter’s startling essay relays her experience getting an illegal abortion as a nineteen-year-old in 1962 America, and the bevy of options and predicaments that came along with […]

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Notable New York, This Week 2/15 – 2/21

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This week in New York Howard Bloom interviewed by Richard Foreman, Malcolm Gladwell and Adam Gopnik discuss mankind, John Cale reflects on music and art, Ed Park and Lynne Tillman read at Triple Canopy and Light Industry’s celebration of their new venue, a tribute to Gilbert Sorrentino, Kevin Sampsell and Justin Taylor read, and exhibitions […]

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Triple Canopy Announces First Call for Proposals

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Triple Canopy, the revered online magazine, which works collectively with writers, artists, researchers and other collaborators on projects that deal critically with culture and politics, will be commissioning ten projects in five areas: original research, new-media journalism, Web-based artwork, and public programs. Commissioned works will be published in the magazine and presented to live audiences […]

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Notable New York, This Week 11/2 – 11/8

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This week in New York, Performa 09 festival of performing arts inspired by Futurist film, music and literature opens, Bomb throws a Fall Issue Launch Party, Books & Quiche Reading Series is back with Yiyun Li and Salvatore Scibona, Light Industry and Triple Canopy team up to bring you a 14-hour film installation, Robert Wilson’s […]

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Journal Highlight: Triple Canopy Issue #6

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Among the many offerings of Triple Canopy Issue #6 “Urbanisms: Model Cities,” are three standout pieces. “What is the Antique in Truro: A Portfolio” is a stunning collection of Adam Davies’ photographic portraits of American cities that have endured mass exoduses after the collapse of their mainstay industries. In “Infrastructure for Souls” Joseph Clarke compares […]

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