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Dress By Aileen Kwun
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The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. Dress, the second in the series, assembles eleven essays by writers from the... More > School of Visual Arts’ pioneering Design Criticism MFA program, with illustrations by Peter Arkle. Alan Rapp considers Metallica frontman James Hetfield’s bogus descent to Armani-toting sellout, Stephanie Jönsson judges Pope Benedict XVI’s wardrobe more aesthetic than ascetic and Angela Reichers recalls the moment when Karl Lagerfeld lost the Fan—and the fat. The School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism trains students to interrogate and evaluate design, architecture and urban infrastructure. Working alongside New York’s most respected editors, authors, critics, curators and historians, students learn to hone their writerly voices and to communicate their unique perspectives through a range of media, including exhibitions, podcasts, events, blogs and books.< Less
Dress By Aileen Kwun
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The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. Dress, the second in the series, assembles eleven essays by writers from the... More > School of Visual Arts’ pioneering Design Criticism MFA program, with illustrations by Peter Arkle. Alan Rapp considers Metallica frontman James Hetfield’s bogus descent to Armani-toting sellout, Stephanie Jönsson judges Pope Benedict XVI’s wardrobe more aesthetic than ascetic and Angela Reichers recalls the moment when Karl Lagerfeld lost the Fan—and the fat. The School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism trains students to interrogate and evaluate design, architecture and urban infrastructure. Working alongside New York’s most respected editors, authors, critics, curators and historians, students learn to hone their writerly voices and to communicate their unique perspectives through a range of media, including exhibitions, podcasts, events, blogs and books.< Less
At Water's Edge By Akiko Busch
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The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. The first in the series, At Water’s Edge, gathers the essays written in... More > author Akiko Busch's “Reading Design” class about aspects of the New York waterfront. Their essays explore Wave Hill, The Little Red Lighthouse, Hudson River Greenway, Hunters Point, Water Taxi Beach, Pier 51, East River State Park, the Staten Island Ferry, the Red Hook piers, and the Gowanus Canal. In collecting these pieces, At Water’s Edge charts its own view of the New York shoreline. The chapbook was edited by D-Crit students Saundra Marcel and Vera Sacchetti and D-Crit faculty member Akiko Busch; it was designed by Walker Design and Ryan G. Nelson in Minneapolis. As the first in the D-Crit chapbook series, it provides a forum to showcase the work of students in this innovative graduate program.< Less
At Water's Edge By Akiko Busch
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The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. The first in the series, At Water’s Edge, gathers the essays written in... More > author Akiko Busch's “Reading Design” class about aspects of the New York waterfront. Their essays explore Wave Hill, The Little Red Lighthouse, Hudson River Greenway, Hunters Point, Water Taxi Beach, Pier 51, East River State Park, the Staten Island Ferry, the Red Hook piers, and the Gowanus Canal. In collecting these pieces, At Water’s Edge charts its own view of the New York shoreline. The chapbook was edited by D-Crit students Saundra Marcel and Vera Sacchetti and D-Crit faculty member Akiko Busch; it was designed by Walker Design and Ryan G. Nelson in Minneapolis. As the first in the D-Crit chapbook series, it provides a forum to showcase the work of students in this innovative graduate program.< Less
El llegat de Jaume Nunó By Olga Beatriz Ricart Irrazabal
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No hi ha ningú, absolutament ningú en terra mexicana, que sigui mexicà o que tingui sang mexicana i que no conegui, o no hagi escoltat almenys el nom de Jaime o Jaume... More > Nunó. El seu nom està en l'aire de la terra asteca, el seu nom està tatuat en l'ànima dels qui senten el batec o hagin escoltat el CRIT DE GUERRA; aquest crit que es repeteix en els versos de Francisco González Bocanegra, poeta que va escriure un dels himnes més bells com és sens dubte l` himne Mexicà. Un himne que per una gràcia i talent d'un dels millors músics catalans, un músic que va haver d'emigrar de la terra que el va veure néixer, va haver d'emigrar com molts, ja que com és sabut "Ningú és profeta a la seva terra"; molt més sent artista, la vida del músic és de rodamón per naturalesa, el músic ha d'anar on pugui captivar amb el seu talent, un talent que sens dubte tenia en excés aquest compositor Català.< Less
El vol dels cignes By La Ginesta
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Tres vides, tres generacions, tres èpoques, cinc nacions protagonistes, la mateixa vocació en pro de servir els altres, el mateix somni compartit, i el mateix matís de... More > destinació. Un somni actiu, voraç, pràcticament inabastable, ple d'idealisme, un crit a la llibertat, i una conciliació amb l'esperit. El vol dels cignes en forma magnètica t'impulsa a submergir-te en velles històries, històries que encara recorden ferventment nostres pares i avis. Històries que demostren que la realitat sempre supera la fantasia. Històrias basades en gran part en la negra època de la Dictadura de Franco, i en les nebuloses de la guerra civil espanyola, una guerra en què es lluità sense quarter, lluita frontal en la seva majoria cap als civils.< Less