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Zachary Small
Journalist Now: , , , , etc. Then: Investigations Editor , Senior Writer Tips: zsmall93@gmail.com
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Zachary Small Sep 28
Replying to @racheljmchung
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barbara graustark Sep 27
An Editor’s Note on the Trump Tax Investigation A major investigation into President Trump's finances has just been published, showing chronic losses and years of tax avoidance over two decades.
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Jason Farago Sep 24
It is bleak beyond words, not to say cowardly, for these museums to postpone their Guston retrospective for FOUR YEARS. Reading between the lines, it can only be because of the Klan paintings—whose cartoonish monstrousness couldn't be more relevant today
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Zachary Small Sep 23
That the pandemic has created so much silence
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New York Times Arts Sep 19
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday, was a pop culture figure late in her life. She was the subject of two films, "RBG" and "On the Basis of Sex."
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Zachary Small Sep 18
Replying to @jsf @CathyHickley
Much better than its life as wallpaper for the Shed!
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Zachary Small Sep 17
Replying to @mountainwawa
Degrees of engagement. They at least answer my emails for a major newspaper.
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New York Times Arts Sep 17
A letter, signed by more than 45 artists, gives the Whitney Museum a year to address fallout from the controversial and canceled "Collective Actions" exhibition
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Zachary Small Sep 17
Replying to @ZacharyHSmall
One thing I would like to note here after months of reporting on these issues. There are some museums like the Guggenheim and Whitney that are attempting to engage on difficult conversations. Then there is MoMA, which rarely responds to my emails for comment (like here). Why?
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Zachary Small Sep 17
Replying to @ZacharyHSmall
“The ways in which you acquired our work and planned to show it, without conversation with or consent from many of the included artists, demonstrates a profound undervaluing of our labor and denial of our agency," reads the letter
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Zachary Small Sep 17
EXCLUSIVE: More than 45 artists involved in the "Collective Actions" exhibition have written a letter calling on the museum for change.
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Zachary Small Sep 16
The layoffs predicted have come. My story for
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Zachary Small Sep 16
It's my pleasure to inform you that there is a dinosaur attacking midtown.
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Zachary Small Sep 15
Replying to @charlieburns
There's a story idea. Just how many cheesemakers has the Courtauld produced? I'm almost positive the number is preposterously high.
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Zachary Small Sep 15
Replying to @kolucyahau
Thank you!!
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Zachary Small Sep 15
Replying to @ZacharyHSmall
Are you planning to leave the arts? I want to hear more stories and honest conversations about the impact this field has had on your lives, and why it might be time to go. (End thread!)
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Zachary Small Sep 15
Replying to @AndreaMontielS
"Diversity means nothing when there are no equitable practices and intentional acknowledgements of what actually happens in decision-making,” said . Others agreed, saying the psychological costs of being BIPOC in museums were not worth the low pay and respect
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Zachary Small Sep 15
Replying to @TylerGreenBooks
“Why would anyone in the industry think they have job security when something like this happens to someone as prominent as Paul?” asked me. And it's true. Those types of layoffs are deeply felt by prospective employees, who now see the industry as too volatile.
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Zachary Small Sep 15
And when laid off Paul Schmelzer after nearly 20 years of service and 10 leading the esteemed , the shockwaves were felt across the industry.
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Zachary Small Sep 15
Replying to @kolucyahau @courtauld
“I started thinking about the future,” said. “How long can I wait around for an art job that will never happen?” She's becoming a midwife. The majority of her classmates from are already working in other industries. (One makes cheese!)
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