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22 October 2020

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Kremer Johnson, bug photographers, Magnun's 6x6 sale, museums and Still Standing.

  • Suzanne Sease presents the personal project of Kremer Johnson which "celebrates the makers and creators who still take the time and care to create custom goods by hand."
  • The Guardian showcases the Luminar Bug Photographer of the Year winners. Over 800 photographers submitted to the inaugural contest.
  • Works of Imagination, Magnun's October Square Print Sale in partnership with Aperture, offers over 120 images by international photographers that "inspire our social and artistic imagination." Each signed or estate-stamped, museum quality, 6x6 print is $100.
  • In "Deaccession", Andrew Molitor considers the implications of "a museum selling off bits of their collection."
  • Stonehenge NYC, a real estate company in New York City, has launched Still Standing, a one-year residency with free housing for 20 artists and creatives in exchange for regular commissions of their work. "Beginning in March 2021, Stonehenge NYC will actively support creatives by providing housing within our residential portfolio," the company said.

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