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Event 9:11am
20th Anniversary Commemoration September 11

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for Men

From Playboy Archive
(1953 - 2004) to Facebook

Image recognition software is developed to recognize bits of female bodies (and, in particular, those of white and young women) as NSFW; Tumblr banned “female-presenting nipples;” and Facebook of course has been battling displays of female breasts throughout its history, but topless images of men have never been subject to governance.

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Nancy in Quarantine
Nancy is alone, she just has a little friend she will meet.

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Personal Atlas
Five Years on Instagram
The power of the camera to be everywhere and to interrelate things is well indicated in the Vogue magazine boast (March 15, 1953)
"A woman now, and without having to leave the country, can have the best of five (or more) nations hanging in her closet - beautiful and compatible as a statesman's dream". That is why, in the photographic age, fashions have come to be like the collage style in painting.

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Still Frame
A cinematic history mixed with contemporary art.
Cinema is full of neurotic
personalities, but few things are more transfixing than a woman losing her mind onscreen.

Project Trakt Mubi

Notes iOS
Imitate Baldessari
in actions and speech

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Nancy in USA
Nancy Ritz is a comic book character invented by the American cartoonist Ernie Bushmiller (1905-1982).
In the decades that followed, Nancy gained a life of its own, inspiring a host of citations, recreations and detournements by artists such as Andy Warhol, Joe Brainard and Art Spiegelman.

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