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THE ARCHIVE: CURRENT ISSUE: No. 50: Summer 2014
Issue 49

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PERMANENCY: SELECTIONS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION

 

STRENGTH IN NUMBERS

Hunter O'Hanian, Museum Director


SLAVA MOGUTIN AND HIS NEW BOOK, FOOD CHAIN

An Interview with Slava Mogutin
by Hunter O'Hanian, Museum Director


EVENT PROGRAMMING

Jerry Kajpust, Deputy Director for External Relations

 

NEWS FROM PRINCE STREET PROJECT SPACE

Rob Hugh Rosen, Deputy Director for Programmatic Operations


BERNARD PERLIN (1918‒2014)

Michael Schreiber

 

REFLECTIONS THROUGH OTHERS


GALLERIES OF INTEREST


THE CLASSICAL NUDE AND THE MAKING OF QUEER HISTORY

Jonathan David Katz


ROBERT F. FIGUEROA

Daniel Sander

 

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