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Nicholas Hirshon Review of The Gates in Central Park

Collection: Queens Memory Collection at the Archives at Queens Library: Nicholas Hirshon
Date: February 22 2005; 2005-02-22 Material: Paper Dimension: 3 pages
Creator: Nicholas Hirshon Identifier: aql:26133 nh-20180108-004 nh-20180108-004.pdf

Description: Nicholas Hirshon wrote this assignment for a course at St. John's University named Journalist as Critic in the Spring 2005 semester. In this assignment, Hirshon reviews The Gates, an art installation in Central Park. The assignment includes comments written by the professor, Morgan Pehme.

Collection : aql:13844

Creator : Nicholas Hirshon

Date : February 22 2005; 2005-02-22

Summary/Description : Nicholas Hirshon wrote this assignment for a course at St. John's University named Journalist as Critic in the Spring 2005 semester. In this assignment, Hirshon reviews The Gates, an art installation in Central Park. The assignment includes comments written by the professor, Morgan Pehme.

Subject : Exhibitions; Art, Modern; Pehme, Morgan; Christo, 1935-; Jeanne-Claude, 1935-2009; St. John's University (New York, N.Y.)

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Coverage : Central Park, New York, NY Central Park (New York, N.Y.) New York (N.Y.)

Type : Review

Format : Paper; 3 pages

Identifier : aql:26133 nh-20180108-004 nh-20180108-004.pdf

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Exhibitions; Art, Modern; Pehme, Morgan; Christo, 1935-; Jeanne-Claude, 1935-2009; St. John's University (New York, N.Y.)
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Contact digitalarchives@queenslibrary.org for research and reproduction requests.


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