Art in America's Editor in Chief William Smith at CORE Club
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Art in America's Editor in Chief, William Smith, talks about the redesigned magazine, the launch of two newsletters—one featuring a daily review from the magazine's critics and one on the subject of Art & Technology—as well as Theaster Gates's Portfolio project featuring images from the Johnson Publishing Archives and W.E.B. Dubois's early 20th Century infographics about African American life, and his own essay on the artist KAWS and what Smith calls the long 1990s.
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