Our Gal at War

09.9.2004 | The Editors | Partisan Briefs | 2 Comments

We’re not sure how our A.R. Brook Lynn, something of a hawk on such matters, ended up as part of the YW (Why Dubya, Why War) group show opening this Friday from 6 to 9 at Chelsea’s Viridian Artists but those interested in the intermingling of art and politics (and wine, of course, lots of wine) might want to give a gander. For those who don’t know, Ms. Lynn is the graphic designer behind the New Partisan logo, the columnist caricatures we’ve been premiering, and much of the other art on the site, as well as the creator of Fanny, a Bowery Tale. She’s also an accomplished film-maker, a talented writer and a jack of many other trades besides, but we’ll stop here.

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In the dark gallery of human rogues, there are few portraits more sordid than that of a person cheering on to their graves the poor souls who enlisted in order to obtain a living wage.


09.13.2004 | llm

The article is very good! I like it very much,but If you can add more video and pictures can be much better, I have never read such a lovely article and I am coming back tomorrow to continue reading.Louis Vuitton bags

12.8.2010 | Yoly D. Craig

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