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Last night the Brooklyn Rail, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, entertained a crowed of around 100 with beer, wine and a quick read by John Reed from his new nonfiction book, Tales of Woe. I watched this book grow from its birth, and I'm quoted several times in one story, so it's special to me. MTV press published it and the stories are heavily illustrated with jaw-dropping graphic art. Beautiful book. Click here to pick up a copy at Amazon.

This is an example of how Illustration can be used to provoke thought and questions as well as portraying a message through imagery and words to create a strong impact on the viewer. By doing this it helps us to remember the message more vividly.

This image has been drawn by Sue Coe, an English Illustrator and Printmaker who grew up grew up close to a slaughterhouse. This caused her to develop a passion to stop cruelty to animals which is clearly portrayed throughout her work.

 

Reference - bombmagazine.org/article/6696/

 

Photo credit: Gesi Schilling, courtesy of Gallery Diet, Miami

 

Tommy Ralph Pace and Christine Navin

 

Photo credit: Gesi Schilling, courtesy of Gallery Diet, Miami

 

Ashley Abbes

Photo credit: Annie Powers

 

NPR's Kate Osborn

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amani olu & Corliss Elizabeth Williams

 

amani olu is an independent curator, writer, and the co-founder and executive director of Humble Arts Foundation, a NYC-based 501c3 committed to supporting and promoting new art photography. He is the producer, co-curator, and designer of The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography, published by Humble Arts Foundation. He also organizes the annual exhibition, Young Curators, New Ideas, which is in its fifth year and has featured presentations by Karen Archey, Stamatina Gregory, Jose Ruiz, Lumi Tan, and Cleopatra’s. His projects have been reviewed and featured in publications such as The New York Times, New Yorker, Artnews, Time Out NY, Code, and AM New York, and online at Art in America, Art Observed, Art Fag City, Blackbook, Bomblog, Cool Hunting, Daily Serving, and Flavorwire. olu is also a regular contributor to Whitewall magazine where he has interviewed William Eggleston and Gottfried Helnwein, and profiled K8 Hardy, Elad Lassry, Rashaad Newsome, and David Benjamin Sherry. He lives and works in New York and is a proud member of New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA). (mrandmrsolu.com/)

 

Corliss Elizabeth Williams is a senior designer at Bloomberg Markets where she designs for both the print and digital editions of the magazine. Prior to Bloomberg, Williams held the position of assistant art director at TIME magazine and has worked for prestigious publications such as The New York Times (Sunday Magazine), InStyle and O, The Oprah Magazine. In 2010, she was featured in Creative Space: The Urban Homes of Artists and Creatives for her apartment’s interior design, which includes a variety of tchotchkes, vintage furniture and clothing. She is an active member of the Society of Publication Designers and has received design merit awards and various medals for the different publications where her work has appeared. Williams is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a degree in Communications Design and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York with her new fiancé and big boned cat, Pozzo.

 

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Photo credit: Gesi Schilling, courtesy of Gallery Diet, Miami

 

Zippora Freid, Christopher Lew, Candice Madey, Clifford Owens

Photo credit: Gesi Schilling, courtesy of Gallery Diet, Miami

  

Photo credit: Gesi Schilling, courtesy of Gallery Diet, Miami

 

Joe Cohen, Jill Spalding, Nina Johnson, and Candice Madey

Photo credit: Gesi Schilling, courtesy of Gallery Diet, Miami

 

Lisette Garcia

Image courtesy of Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich.

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Eliza Schrader.

 

Eliza Kostelanetz Schrader grew up in New York City and went on to live in the Twin Cities and San Francisco. She has published stories in Hanging Loose and was a winner of Glimmer Train’s 2009 Best Start Competition. She is currently pursuing her MFA at Columbia University, where she is at work on a collection of interconnected stories about a young adult who works with developmentally disabled adults.

 

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Maria Dizzia.

 

Maria Dizzia received a 2010 Tony Award nomination for Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play. She recently performed in Amy Herzog’s Belleville at Yale Rep and Daniel Goldfarb’s Cradle And All at MTC. Off-Broadway credits include The Hallway Trilogy, The Drunken City, Eurydice, Pullman Car Hiawatha (Drama Desk Nomination), Apparition, Cause for Alarm and Gone Missing. Regional: Songs of the Dragon (Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company), Trouble in Mind (Baltimore Center Stage), Fetes De La Nuit (Berkeley Repertory Theater), and Romeo and Juliet (ASF). TV credits include “Louie,” “Fringe,” “Smith,” “Law & Order.” Film credits include MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, KEEP THE LIGHTS ON, MARGIN CALL, DOWN THE SHORE and THE OTHER WOMAN. Maria is an Associate Artist with The Civilians and holds an M.F.A. from UCSD. Upcoming projects include films THE EDGE OF THE WOODS, LOLA VERSUS and THE HAPPY SAD and SoHo Rep’s production of UNCLE VANYA, translated by Annie Baker.

  

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Michelle Groskopf.

 

Michelle Groskopf is a huge fan of secret Sapphic letters. She’s also a producer/director for both online and broadcast with clients including Discovery Channel, VBS.tv, MTV, and Bjarne Melgaard. Peep her latest project here: www.modelboxers.com and her photography here: www.dailystreet.tumblr.com . Don’t be shy—say hello tonight, as she’ll be leaving NY for LA next month. She’s following the sun.

  

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Ann Hirsch.

 

Ann Hirsch is a video and performance artist based in New York. Her work engages with the contemporary portrayal of women in media. Often acting as an amateur social scientist, Hirsch inserts herself into popular culture, reporting back her findings in the form of art works. She has recently performed at Flux Factory in Queens, Grace Exhibition Space in Brooklyn, and Vogt Gallery in Chelsea and been an artist in residence at Atlantic Center for the Arts and Yaddo. Her work has been written about in The New York Times and on Artinfo.com. (therealannhirsch.com/)

  

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Kathryn Garcia & Sarvia Jasso.

  

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Image courtesy of Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich.

(www.madeleinehuntehrlich.com)

 

Stina Puotinen & Legacy Russell of Limited Time Only.

 

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