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I admire the people who have smart and thoughtful things to say today. I especially admire the people who are hopeful, and remain committed to their work, and remain committed to being a part of what comes next. I am not so smart, and I do not have any resolve, and I am confused. And so I'm glad that I have this weekly art roundup to write, and no one is expecting me to...
Earlier this week, we ran our feature on the state of Brooklyn culture. Here is a more extended version of the conversation that we had with Hyperallergic Senior Editor Jillian Steinhauer about what lies ahead for our borough.  What's your opinion of the state of Brooklyn culture right now in the art world? Is it flourishing or floundering or somewhere in between? I think Brooklyn art is definitely flourishing right now—in fact, it might be flourishing too much. The...
“The concentration of galleries and non-profit spaces in Bushwick has made it so that I can spend a whole weekend day gallery-hopping, see 15 very different and strong exhibitions, and never set foot in Manhattan," says Sutton, Metro Editor at Hyperallergic (and former editor at our sister publication The L Magazine). "A drawback is that when asked about the future of art in Brooklyn all I can think to talk about is real estate doom-and-gloom....
On the state of the Brooklyn art scene: “Brooklyn art is definitely flourishing right now—in fact, it might be flourishing too much. The stereotype of Brooklyn being filled with creative people and artists is based in truth, and despite absurdly high rents, people seem to still be continually flocking—or holding out—here to make art (not to mention music, dance, books, and every imaginable hybrid of those things). What's especially nice about the Brooklyn art scenes—and...

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