2004-04-Harriet Logan

Christian Science Monitor: Lives of torment and resistance unveiled: Three books about the position of women in Afghanistan

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By Heather Hewett No other image has come to symbolize the enigmatic position of Muslim women more than the veil and its paradoxical mechanics: By concealing women from our eyes, it actually increases our desire to see them. The practice of hijab, or veiling, encompasses a wide range of styles and degrees of covering. When […]

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2003-11 Decasia

The New York Times:Sublime Decay

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Sublime Decay By Lawrence Weschler December 22, 2002 One day a few months back, a close-cropped, sweet-natured, looming hulk of a young man named Bill Morrison tentatively poked his head into my office and mentioned that a mutual friend had suggested that I just might find his predicament of passing interest. He was a filmmaker, […]

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2003-11 Decasia

Artforum: Bill Morrison at Stendhal Gallery

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Bill Morrison at Stendhal Gallery, November 6- January 15 By Elizathen Schambelan In A Voyage on the North Sea, Rosalind Krauss recalls that in the late 60’s and early 70’s artists including Richard Serra and Robert Smithson made a habit of visiting Anthology Film Archives, where they absorbed the canon of modernist film up to […]

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