The New York Times, ever alert to novelty, ran a story on August 2 about "a site-specific work of performance art" called "Ocularpation: Wall Street." It was billed as a commentary on "work and the economy," and masterminded by an artist named Zefrey Throwell (that last name, compounded as it is Read More
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TWO ITEMS: FUNNY & SERIOUS
August 10, 2011