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From Book Arts, a Fresh Look at Fraught Issues

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Print journalism may be in trouble, but print in the arts is alive and well, and it's taking on social issues. An exhibition up now uses "book arts" - artworks based on print and the printed word - to take on race and racism in some new and sometimes humorous ways. WNYC's Siddhartha Mitter reports.

For a video tour of the show- check out our culture page.

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