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May 10, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Hilton Als on Christopher Roth and Georg Diez (The New Yorker)
Larry Blumenfeld on Afro-Cuban music in Harlem (The Village Voice)
Tony Brown on e-scalping (The Plain Dealer, Cleveland)
Robert Campbell on a sustainable dorm at a yoga retreat (The Boston Globe)
Robert Christgau's May Consumer Guide (msn.com)
Steve Dollar on repertory film programming in NYC (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold reviews "Enron" et al (The Village Voice)
Sasha Frere-Jones on Tracey Thorn (The New Yorker)
Matthew Gurewitsch revisits Tino Sehgal's Guggenheim show (Pundicity)
Christopher Hawthorne on architecture in Medellín, Colombia (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on "Robin Hood" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Iron Man 2" and "Casino Jack" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday interviews Nicole Holofcener (The Washington Post)
Cynthia Joyce on New Orleans after the oil spill (msnbc.com)
Cynthia Joyce on a New Orleans chef's oyster contingency plan (msnbc.com)
Michael Kimmelman on the complexities of patrimony claims (The New York Times)
Mary Carole McCauley & Tim Smith on Center Stage dropping its AD (Baltimore Sun)
Renee Montagne on Gustavo Dudamel (NPR)
Laurie Muchnick reviews Scott Turow's "Innocent" (Bloomberg News)
Donald Munro on the Fresno Art Museum naming a director (The Fresno Bee)
Claude Peck interviews novelist Monica Ali (Star Tribune, Minneapolis)
Elda Silva on layoffs at the Museo Alameda (San Antonio Express-News)

And in print (not online):

Peter Plagens reviews the Whitney Biennial in his monthly column (Art in America)

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