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Lori Goldstein

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January 19, 2021

Lives that Bind: Restorative Justice Installation on Virtual View

"An exciting new art exhibit curated by former California African American Museum curator jill moniz is now installed on the first floor of Santa Monica’s new City Hall East. The…
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December 9, 2020

Power Map, a virtual exhibition archiving Mural Arts Philadelphia’s “Power Map: Historical Mural Activations” Project

The Public Art Archive (PAA) is pleased to present the Power Map virtual exhibition in partnership with Mural Arts Philadelphia (MAP). Power Map is a series of five newly commissioned…
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February 25, 2020

Celebrating Our 10-year Anniversary with a Look to the Future

We are thrilled to kick off this new decade by expressing our appreciation to all of the public artists, organizations, and practitioners who have helped us build (and who continue…
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November 4, 2019

Temporary Public Art Experiences Bring Global Issues to the Forefront of Mainstream and Civic Culture

  Written by Lori Goldstein and Lani Morris   Recently, members of the CaFÉ and Public Art Archive (PAA) teams visited Jaguara, a temporary public art installation featured as part of the Biennial of…
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Young Lincoln by James Lee Hansen. 1941. US General Services Administration Collection. Photo courtesy Zack Stentz as it appears in Time Magazine.
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March 20, 2019

‘Honest Babe.’ People Are Having a Hard Time Keeping It Together Thanks to This Chiseled Abraham Lincoln Statue

“Reminder that the Los Angeles federal courthouse has a statue of Abraham Lincoln where he’s a shirtless young stud suggestively tugging at his waistband like a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model,” Zack Stentz…
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