Rachael Greenberg

Rachael Greenberg appears in the following:

The Latino List

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Filmmaker and photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' new documentary The Latino List explores the complexity of Latino identity in America. The film is comprised of 15 interviews with a range of contemporary Latino icons: from the actress Eva Longoria to professional golfer “Chi-Chi” Rodríguez, to US Supreme Court Justice Sonia ...

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McQueen’s Savage Beauty to Make World Tour?

Thursday, September 15, 2011

This summer, Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art drew in over half a million visitors, making it the most viewed fashion exhibition in the museum's history.  It was also one of the hardest exhibits to get into — I personally made four unsuccessful trips to the Met. But a recent Twitter campaign may help the show go global. ...

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When Public Art Angers the Public

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Last week, we heard about the controversy surrounding Indianapolis' planned downtown monument, "E Pluribus Unum," designed by the acclaimed artist Fred Wilson.  Among the statue's opponents is longtime state representative Bill Crawford, who feels Wilson's figure of a freed slave perpetuates stereotypes of the African-American experience.  The statue of Lewis, Clark, and Sacagawea in Charlottesville, Virginia faces similar scrutiny.

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Talkative Technology: When Gadgets Go to the Gallery

Monday, August 08, 2011

Gadgets aren’t just for nerds anymore.  In the age of social media, they've become an extension of who we are. Talk to Me, a new design exhibition focusing on the communication between people and objects at New York's Museum of Modern Art, brings all things techy into the gallery space. ...

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Super Cool Biz: Japan's Summer Dress Code

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The US is melting.  This month, soaring temperatures have tied or broken more than 800 records across the country — and we're only halfway through July. Perhaps our sweaty, suit-loving co-workers should take a cue from the Japanese. Super Cool Biz is a government-sponsored fashion campaign to lighten ...

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The Battle for Inland Empire

Friday, July 15, 2011

There's a beef heating up in California, and I'm not talking about San Francisco hippies vs. Los Angeles Valley girls. The state's struggling economy threatens to divide Southern California's coastal and inland cities. Earlier this week, Riverside County's board of supervisors unanimously approved a plan to officially consider breaking off ...

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Go the Fuck to Sleep: A Bedtime Book for Grown-Ups

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Just in time for Father's Day, Adam Mansbach's big time, bedtime book for grown-ups was officially released today; it's been the most-discussed item in publishing for months, after a pirated PDF version went viral. Go the Fuck to Sleep has already been a gigantic success for small press Akashic Books, which typically publishes literary fiction, noir, and counterculture nonfiction, and the book is currently number-one on Amazon's bestseller list.

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