Fragments 1968-2012 at the Casey Kaplan gallery is prominent Italian artist, Giorgio Griffa’s, first New York solo show since 1970. The exhibition, an exploration of the quiet act of painting, presents a selection of […]
Stephanie Leone is a third-year BA/FA student studying Fiction Writing at Lang and Communication Design at Parsons. If she had her way, Stephanie would write and illustrate children’s books and hyper-realistic novels. Her style is hard to define because she is still searching for it, but she hopes it looks loose, illustrative, and fantastical all at once.”
[singlepic id=54 w=700 h=1200 float=center] Maximilian Mueller is from the Washington D.C area and now lives in New York’s East Village. A second year Product Design candidate at Parsons, he has been developing his painting […]
I am not well informed on the intricacies of the national budget, international trade policies, or even how exactly a hedge fund works. I’m embarrassed to say that I remain averagely ignorant on how exactly […]
Occupy Wall Street has been building momentum for the past few weeks. Coincidentally, as the protesters set up camp at Liberty Plaza, I traveled upstate to help cater an annual party hosted by the CEO […]
Poet icon Amiri Baraka was interviewed by Rebecca Melnyk in the 2011 edition of 12th Street. On May 9, 2011, at the Barnes & Noble launch of the 2011 journal, he read his controversial poem, “Somebody Blew Up America”. The audio below was recorded live by 12th Street Editor-in-Chief Jen Sky.
[wpvideo i7uniFhO] Julie Sheehan reciting “The Song of Wandering Aengus” by W. B. Yeats.
[wpvideo dhVLGi7W] Justin Taylor reading “I See Tiny Mouths” by Anthony McCann from the Agriculture Reader.
[wpvideo 6Ed7lrK5] Amy Berkowitz reads a poem from Ish Klein’s new book UNION!