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Memory Loss

A mini series, co-published with Urban Omnibus, that explores sites of public and private remembrance in New York City.
Photograph by andre dos santos | Flickr

Memorials fix in place versions of history. When installed in public, they are invariably political, charged with representing an idea, person, or event to an audience that may

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