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THE BUREAU OF ARTS AND CULTURE LITERARY EDITION . EDITED BY JOSHUA TRILIEGI . We Currently Offer New Advertising Opportunities In Electronic Monthly Editions / The Literary Editions  /  The Main Magazine Site  +  Community  [ 10 ] City Sites + Bureau International Literary Site Millions Of Readers On - Line  Through Google Social Media  We Create 100,000'S  Of  Impressions For Your Company  With  New Customer's Direct Links To Your Site. Each Electronic Magazine Has Direct  Links That When Tapped By Readers On Line Actively Open A Window To Your Company Ad Link. Bold Iconic Imagery / World Class Interviews And Guest Artists / Original Editorial / Art Reviews / Photographic Essays / Special Film Classic Overviews / In Depth And Multi Cultural Viewpoints / Affiliates That Include International Museums / Art Fairs + More  We Add New Social Media And Community Sites On A Seasonal Basis With New Contributors Joining This Growing Publication and  Network  Every Edition. The Future Of Publishing Is Electronic Media And We At The Bureau Of Arts And Culture Are On The Cutting Edge Of This New And Interesting Style And Format. We Are Not Just An Arts Publication. We Cover Cuisine, Surfing, Architecture And More. If You Are Now On - Line, Tap The Links Below …


 New Interactive Electronic Edition:  Bureau of Arts & Culture Magazine.  Extremely Popular With A Readership That Is Loyal, Hip, Educated And Buys Product Regularly: Art / Music / Film / Etc... This New Edition Is Mailed Directly To Thousands And Downloaded And Shared By Thousands More Via Social Media ... Over A Million Readers At All Google Sites And The Bureau Of Arts And Culture Network Sites 5000 + Immediate Direct Mail And 3500 + Through Our Google Followers. Interviews . Photographic Essays . Literature . Fiction . Film Reviews . Architecture . Design . Surfing . Cuisine . Biking . Travel . Culture . The Bureau Magazine Icon Essay . The Guest Artist Interviews . Well Over A Million Readers On All Sites Combined Including : L.A. San Francisco . New York . Seattle . The Midwest . San Diego . Santa Barbara,  The Bureau South and The Bureau Of Arts And Culture International Literary Site As Well As The BUREAU News Site + Social Media Sites Across The World. We Also regularly Email direct Editions to Art Galleries, Bookstores and Museums in Japan,  France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Brazil, to name a few...   DIRECTIONS : Enclosed find A Copy and or Internet Links to The FREE PDF DOWNLOAD of the  Electronic Interactive Version of BUREAU of Arts and Culture Magazine.  We suggest you view the pdf in the [ Two Page with Cover ] and [ Full Screen Mode ] Options which are Provided at the Top of your Menu Bar under the VIEW section. Simply choose Two Page Layout & Full Screen to enjoy. This  format  allows  for  The Magazine to be read as a Paper Edition. Displaying images and Text in Center-folds. When reading on a computer, utilize the Arrows on your keyboard to turn the pages. Be Sure To Download A High Resolution Version at  BUREAU of Arts And Culture's Official Magazine Website or any of Our Community Sites with Links Provided Below.  We Thank:  Da Capo Press, Zoetrope, Schneider Gallery, Detroit Institute of Arts, Strand Bookstore NYC, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Anderson's Books Chicago, Cantor Arts Center, City Lights Books in San Francisco, Stanford University, Pace/MacGill Gallery, National Gallery of Art, Georgia O'Keefe Museum of Art, Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs, Book People in Austin, Duke University, Andy Warhol Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Crystal Bridges,  United Artists, Spot Photo Works, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art Huston Texas,  Gallerie Urbane, Mary Boone Gallery, Pace Gallery, Asian Art Museum, Magnum Photo, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Fahey/Klein, Tobey C. Moss, Sandra Gehring, George Billis, Martin - Gropius - Bau Berlin, San Jose Museum of Art, First Run Features, Downtown Records, Koplin Del Rio, Robert Berman, Indie Printing, American Film Institute, SFMOMA, Palm Beverly Hills, LA Art Show, Photo LA,  Jewish Contemporary Museum, Cultural Affairs, Yale Collection of Rare Books & Manuscripts, Richard Levy Gallery, The Original Cha Cha Cha, The Sundance Institute, Paramount Pictures, Lastly and Most Importantly YOU...   Contributing Photographers:  Norman Seef,  Kanayo Adibe, Elliott Landy, Ryan Schierling, Mike Miller, Lynn Saville,  Melissa Ann Pinney, Herb Ritts, Alex Harris, Jack English, Gered Mankowitz, Bohnchang Koo, Natsumi Hayashi, Raymond Depardon, T. Enami, Dennis Stock, Dina Litovsky, Guillermo Cervera, Moises Saman, Cathleen Naundorf, Terry Richardson, Phil Stern, Dennis Morris, Henry Diltz, Steve Schapiro, Yousuf Karsh, Ellen Von Unwerth, William Claxton,  Robin Holland, Andrew Moore,  James Gabbard, Mary Ellen Mark, Melissa Ann Pinney, John Robert Rowlands, Brian Duffy, Robert Frank, Jon Lewis, Sven Hans, David Levinthal,  Joshua White, Brian Forrest, Lorna Stovall,  Elliott Erwitt,  Rene Burri,  Susan Wright,  David Leventhal, Peter Van Agtmael & The Bureau Editor Joshua Triliegi.     Contributing Guest Artists: Melissa Ann Pinney, Irby Pace, Robert Shetterly, David Burke, Michelle Handelman, Jon Swihart, F. Scott Hess, Ho Ryon Lee, Andy Moses, Kahn & Selesnick, Jules Engel,  Patrick Lee, David Palumbo, Tom Gregg, Tony Fitzpatrick, Gary Lang, Fabrizio Casetta, DJ Hall, David FeBland, Eric Zener, Seeroon Yeretzian, Dawn Jackson, Charles Dickson, Ernesto DeLaLoza, Diana Wong, Gustavo Godoy, John Weston,  Kris Kuksi,  Bomonster,  Hiroshi Ariyama,  Linda Stark,  Kota Ezawa,  Russell  Nachman,  Katsushika  Hokusai and  Xuan Chen   Contributing Writers:  Sarah Rose Perry,  Jamar Mar(s) Tucker,  Erick Ceballos,  Robin Holland




 
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  Contributing Photographers:  Norman Seef,  Kanayo Adibe, Elliott Landy, Ryan Schierling, Mike Miller, Lynn Saville,  Melissa Ann Pinney, Herb Ritts, Alex Harris, Jack English, Gered Mankowitz, Bohnchang Koo, Natsumi Hayashi, Raymond Depardon, T. Enami, Dennis Stock, Dina Litovsky, Guillermo Cervera, Moises Saman, Cathleen Naundorf, Terry Richardson, Phil Stern, Dennis Morris, Henry Diltz, Steve Schapiro, Yousuf Karsh, Ellen Von Unwerth, William Claxton,  Robin Holland, Andrew Moore,  James Gabbard, Mary Ellen Mark, Melissa Ann Pinney, John Robert Rowlands, Brian Duffy, Robert Frank, Jon Lewis, Sven Hans, David Levinthal,  Joshua White, Brian Forrest, Lorna Stovall,  Elliott Erwitt,  Rene Burri,  Susan Wright,  David Leventhal, Peter Van Agtmael & The Bureau Editor Joshua Triliegi.   New Interactive Electronic Edition:  Bureau of Arts & Culture Magazine.  Extremely Popular With A Readership That Is Loyal, Hip, Educated And Buys Product Regularly: Art / Music / Film / Etc... This New Edition Is Mailed Directly To Thousands And Downloaded And Shared By Thousands More Via Social Media ... Over A Million Readers At All Google Sites And The Bureau Of Arts And Culture Network Sites 5000 + Immediate Direct Mail And 3500 + Through Our Google Followers. Interviews . Photographic Essays . Literature . Fiction . Film Reviews . Architecture . Design . Surfing . Cuisine . Biking . Travel . Culture . The Bureau Magazine Icon Essay . The Guest Artist Interviews . Well Over A Million Readers On All Sites Combined Including : L.A. San Francisco . New York . Seattle . The Midwest . San Diego . Santa Barbara,  The Bureau South and The Bureau Of Arts And Culture International Literary Site As Well As The BUREAU News Site + Social Media Sites Across The World. We Also regularly Email direct Editions to Art Galleries, Bookstores and Museums in Japan,  France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Brazil, to name a few...   DIRECTIONS : Enclosed find A Copy and or Internet Links to The FREE PDF DOWNLOAD of the  Electronic Interactive Version of BUREAU of Arts and Culture Magazine.  We suggest you view the pdf in the [ Two Page with Cover ] and [ Full Screen Mode ] Options which are Provided at the Top of your Menu Bar under the VIEW section. Simply choose Two Page Layout & Full Screen to enjoy. This  format  allows  for  The Magazine to be read as a Paper Edition. Displaying images and Text in Center-folds. When reading on a computer, utilize the Arrows on your keyboard to turn the pages. Be Sure To Download A High Resolution Version at  BUREAU of Arts And Culture's Official Magazine Website or any of Our Community Sites with Links Provided Below.  We Thank:  Da Capo Press, Zoetrope, Schneider Gallery, Detroit Institute of Arts, Strand Bookstore NYC, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Anderson's Books Chicago, Cantor Arts Center, City Lights Books in San Francisco, Stanford University, Pace/MacGill Gallery, National Gallery of Art, Georgia O'Keefe Museum of Art, Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs, Book People in Austin, Duke University, Andy Warhol Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Crystal Bridges,  United Artists, Spot Photo Works, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art Huston Texas,  Gallerie Urbane, Mary Boone Gallery, Pace Gallery, Asian Art Museum, Magnum Photo, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Fahey/Klein, Tobey C. Moss, Sandra Gehring, George Billis, Martin - Gropius - Bau Berlin, San Jose Museum of Art, First Run Features, Downtown Records, Koplin Del Rio, Robert Berman, Indie Printing, American Film Institute, SFMOMA, Palm Beverly Hills, LA Art Show, Photo LA,  Jewish Contemporary Museum, Cultural Affairs, Yale Collection of Rare Books & Manuscripts, Richard Levy Gallery, The Original Cha Cha Cha, The Sundance Institute, Paramount Pictures, Lastly and Most Importantly YOU...   Contributing Photographers:  Norman Seef,  Kanayo Adibe, Elliott Landy, Ryan Schierling, Mike Miller, Lynn Saville,  Melissa Ann Pinney, Herb Ritts, Alex Harris, Jack English, Gered Mankowitz, Bohnchang Koo, Natsumi Hayashi, Raymond Depardon, T. Enami, Dennis Stock, Dina Litovsky, Guillermo Cervera, Moises Saman, Cathleen Naundorf, Terry Richardson, Phil Stern, Dennis Morris, Henry Diltz, Steve Schapiro, Yousuf Karsh, Ellen Von Unwerth, William Claxton,  Robin Holland, Andrew Moore,  James Gabbard, Mary Ellen Mark, Melissa Ann Pinney, John Robert Rowlands, Brian Duffy, Robert Frank, Jon Lewis, Sven Hans, David Levinthal,  Joshua White, Brian Forrest, Lorna Stovall,  Elliott Erwitt,  Rene Burri,  Susan Wright,  David Leventhal, Peter Van Agtmael & The Bureau Editor Joshua Triliegi.     Contributing Guest Artists: Melissa Ann Pinney, Irby Pace, Robert Shetterly, David Burke, Michelle Handelman, Jon Swihart, F. Scott Hess, Ho Ryon Lee, Andy Moses, Kahn & Selesnick, Jules Engel,  Patrick Lee, David Palumbo, Tom Gregg, Tony Fitzpatrick, Gary Lang, Fabrizio Casetta, DJ Hall, David FeBland, Eric Zener, Seeroon Yeretzian, Dawn Jackson, Charles Dickson, Ernesto DeLaLoza, Diana Wong, Gustavo Godoy, John Weston,  Kris Kuksi,  Bomonster,  Hiroshi Ariyama,  Linda Stark,  Kota Ezawa,  Russell  Nachman,  Katsushika  Hokusai and  Xuan Chen   Contributing Writers:  Sarah Rose Perry,  Jamar Mar(s) Tucker,  Erick Ceballos,  Robin Holland




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WELCOME to THE MOST RECENT Edition BUREAU of ARTS and CULTURE MAGAZINE. This Edition contains The BUREAU ICON Essay: BOB DYLAN. Interviews and Photo Essays with Alex HARRIS on The INUIT, Kanayo ADIBE in Baltimore, Lynn SAVILLE in New York City, Mike MILLER on West Coast Style, Ryan SCHIERLING in AUSTIN and BUREAU  GUEST Artist: Melissa Ann PINNEY ART Interview with David BURKE in Bay Area.  Plus: Michelle HANDELMAN. New FICTION: THEY CALL IT THE CITY of ANGELS Part III  MUSIC Contributor: Sarah Rose PERRY on The Femme PUNK Scene. MUSIC Interview with JAHI. Plus US MUSEUMS: Detroit's 30 ARTISTS Exhibit, Milwaukee's Larry SULTAN, Photo LA, BOOK Stores Across US: BookPeople, Anderson's, City Lights, Book Reviews from STRAND NYC. Classical MUSIC and Rock & Roll: Not So Different After All.  Elliott  Landy and The BAND.  Edward  Hopper at The Cantor. All This and More Plus BUREAU On Line Links to The ART Fairs in MIAMI 2015 with Exclusive Audio Interviews, Reviews & New Online Articles All Year Round at The New BUREAU CITY SITES Across America an The World Through Internet. 


New Interactive Electronic Edition:  Bureau of Arts & Culture Magazine.  Extremely Popular With A Readership That Is Loyal, Hip, Educated And Buys Product Regularly: Art / Music / Film / Etc... This New Edition Is Mailed Directly To Thousands And Downloaded And Shared By Thousands More Via Social Media ... Over A Million Readers At All Google Sites And The Bureau Of Arts And Culture Network Sites 5000 + Immediate Direct Mail And 3500 + Through Our Google Followers. Interviews . Photographic Essays . Literature . Fiction . Film Reviews . Architecture . Design . Surfing . Cuisine . Biking . Travel . Culture . The Bureau Magazine Icon Essay . The Guest Artist Interviews . Well Over A Million Readers On All Sites Combined Including : L.A. San Francisco . New York . Seattle . The Midwest . San Diego . Santa Barbara,  The Bureau South and The Bureau Of Arts And Culture International Literary Site As Well As The BUREAU News Site + Social Media Sites Across The World. We Also regularly Email direct Editions to Art Galleries, Bookstores and Museums in Japan,  France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Brazil, to name a few... 

DIRECTIONS :  The FREE PDF DOWNLOAD of the  Electronic Interactive Version of BUREAU of Arts and Culture Magazine.  We suggest you view the pdf in the [ Two Page with Cover ] and [ Full Screen Mode ] Options which are Provided at the Top of your Menu Bar under the VIEW section. Simply choose Two Page Layout & Full Screen to enjoy. This  format  allows  for  The Magazine to be read as a Paper Edition. Displaying images and Text in Center-folds. When reading on a computer, utilize the Arrows on your keyboard to turn the pages. Be Sure To Download A High Resolution Version at  BUREAU of Arts And Culture's Official Magazine Website or any of Our Community Sites with Links Provided Below.

We Thank:  The New Republic, Da Capo Press, Zoetrope, Schneider Gallery, Detroit Institute of Arts, Strand Bookstore NYC, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Anderson's Books Chicago, Cantor Arts Center, City Lights Books in San Francisco, Stanford University, Pace/MacGill Gallery, National Gallery of Art, Georgia O'Keefe Museum of Art, Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs, Book People in Austin, Duke University, Andy Warhol Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Crystal Bridges,  United Artists, Spot Photo Works, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art Huston Texas,  Gallerie Urbane, Mary Boone Gallery, Pace Gallery, Asian Art Museum, Magnum Photo, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Fahey/Klein, Tobey C. Moss, Sandra Gehring, George Billis, Martin - Gropius - Bau Berlin, San Jose Museum of Art, First Run Features, Downtown Records, Koplin Del Rio, Robert Berman, Indie Printing, American Film Institute, SFMOMA, Palm Beverly Hills, LA Art Show, Photo LA,  Jewish Contemporary Museum, Cultural Affairs, Yale Collection of Rare Books & Manuscripts, Richard Levy Gallery, The Original Cha Cha Cha, The Sundance Institute, Paramount Pictures, Lastly and Most Importantly YOU...

 Contributing Photographers:  Norman Seef,  Kanayo Adibe, Elliott Landy, Ryan Schierling, Mike Miller, Lynn Saville,  Melissa Ann Pinney, Herb Ritts, Alex Harris, Jack English, Gered Mankowitz, Bohnchang Koo, Natsumi Hayashi, Raymond Depardon, T. Enami, Dennis Stock, Dina Litovsky, Guillermo Cervera, Moises Saman, Cathleen Naundorf, Terry Richardson, Phil Stern, Dennis Morris, Henry Diltz, Steve Schapiro, Yousuf Karsh, Ellen Von Unwerth, William Claxton,  Robin Holland, Andrew Moore,  James Gabbard, Mary Ellen Mark, Melissa Ann Pinney, John Robert Rowlands, Brian Duffy, Robert Frank, Jon Lewis, Sven Hans, David Levinthal,  Joshua White, Brian Forrest, Lorna Stovall,  Elliott Erwitt,  Rene Burri,  Susan Wright,  David Leventhal, Peter Van Agtmael & The Bureau Editor Joshua Triliegi.   

Contributing Guest Artists: Melissa Ann Pinney, Irby Pace, Robert Shetterly, David Burke, Michelle Handelman, Jon Swihart, F. Scott Hess, Ho Ryon Lee, Andy Moses, Kahn & Selesnick, Jules Engel,  Patrick Lee, David Palumbo, Tom Gregg, Tony Fitzpatrick, Gary Lang, Fabrizio Casetta, DJ Hall, David FeBland, Eric Zener, Seeroon Yeretzian, Dawn Jackson, Charles Dickson, Ernesto DeLaLoza, Diana Wong, Gustavo Godoy, John Weston,  Kris Kuksi,  Bomonster,  Hiroshi Ariyama,  Linda Stark,  Kota Ezawa,  Russell  Nachman,  Katsushika  Hokusai and  Xuan Chen 

Contributing Writers:  David Gans, Sarah Rose Perry,  Jamar Mar(s) Tucker,  Erick Ceballos,  Robin Holland 






JOIN THE BUREAU OF ARTS AND CULTURE SOCIAL MEDIA SITES  BUREAU FREE EDITIONS SITE http://joshuatriliegi.wix.com/joshuatriliegi  BUREAU TWITTER   https://twitter.com/JoshuaTriliegi  BUREAU PINTEREST https://www.pinterest.com/BUREAUMagazine  BUREAU  TUMBLR  http://bureau-editor.tumblr.com  BUREAU YOUTUBE   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxP3XZLm5sll17iNxeIs2g    WELCOME to THE MOST RECENT Edition BUREAU of ARTS and CULTURE MAGAZINE. This Edition contains The BUREAU ICON Essay: BOB DYLAN. Interviews and Photo Essays with Alex HARRIS on The INUIT, Kanayo ADIBE in Baltimore, Lynn SAVILLE in New York City, Mike MILLER on West Coast Style, Ryan SCHIERLING in AUSTIN and BUREAU  GUEST Artist: Melissa Ann PINNEY ART Interview with David BURKE in Bay Area.  Plus: Michelle HANDELMAN. New FICTION: THEY CALL IT THE CITY of ANGELS Part III  MUSIC Contributor: Sarah Rose PERRY on The Femme PUNK Scene. MUSIC Interview with JAHI. Plus US MUSEUMS: Detroit's 30 ARTISTS Exhibit, Milwaukee's Larry SULTAN, Photo LA, BOOK Stores Across US: BookPeople, Anderson's, City Lights, Book Reviews from STRAND NYC. Classical MUSIC and Rock & Roll: Not So Different After All.  Elliott  Landy and The BAND.  Edward  Hopper at The Cantor. All This and More Plus BUREAU On Line Links to The ART Fairs in MIAMI 2015 with Exclusive Audio Interviews, Reviews & New Online Articles All Year Round at The New BUREAU CITY SITES Across America an The World Through Internet.    New Interactive Electronic Edition:  Bureau of Arts & Culture Magazine.  Extremely Popular With A Readership That Is Loyal, Hip, Educated And Buys Product Regularly: Art / Music / Film / Etc... This New Edition Is Mailed Directly To Thousands And Downloaded And Shared By Thousands More Via Social Media ... Over A Million Readers At All Google Sites And The Bureau Of Arts And Culture Network Sites 5000 + Immediate Direct Mail And 3500 + Through Our Google Followers. Interviews . Photographic Essays . Literature . Fiction . Film Reviews . Architecture . Design . Surfing . Cuisine . Biking . Travel . Culture . The Bureau Magazine Icon Essay . The Guest Artist Interviews . Well Over A Million Readers On All Sites Combined Including : L.A. San Francisco . New York . Seattle . The Midwest . San Diego . Santa Barbara,  The Bureau South and The Bureau Of Arts And Culture International Literary Site As Well As The BUREAU News Site + Social Media Sites Across The World. We Also regularly Email direct Editions to Art Galleries, Bookstores and Museums in Japan,  France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Brazil, to name a few...   DIRECTIONS :  The FREE PDF DOWNLOAD of the  Electronic Interactive Version of BUREAU of Arts and Culture Magazine.  We suggest you view the pdf in the [ Two Page with Cover ] and [ Full Screen Mode ] Options which are Provided at the Top of your Menu Bar under the VIEW section. Simply choose Two Page Layout & Full Screen to enjoy. This  format  allows  for  The Magazine to be read as a Paper Edition. Displaying images and Text in Center-folds. When reading on a computer, utilize the Arrows on your keyboard to turn the pages. Be Sure To Download A High Resolution Version at  BUREAU of Arts And Culture's Official Magazine Website or any of Our Community Sites with Links Provided Below.  We Thank:  The New Republic, Da Capo Press, Zoetrope, Schneider Gallery, Detroit Institute of Arts, Strand Bookstore NYC, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Anderson's Books Chicago, Cantor Arts Center, City Lights Books in San Francisco, Stanford University, Pace/MacGill Gallery, National Gallery of Art, Georgia O'Keefe Museum of Art, Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs, Book People in Austin, Duke University, Andy Warhol Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Crystal Bridges,  United Artists, Spot Photo Works, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Art Huston Texas,  Gallerie Urbane, Mary Boone Gallery, Pace Gallery, Asian Art Museum, Magnum Photo, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Fahey/Klein, Tobey C. Moss, Sandra Gehring, George Billis, Martin - Gropius - Bau Berlin, San Jose Museum of Art, First Run Features, Downtown Records, Koplin Del Rio, Robert Berman, Indie Printing, American Film Institute, SFMOMA, Palm Beverly Hills, LA Art Show, Photo LA,  Jewish Contemporary Museum, Cultural Affairs, Yale Collection of Rare Books & Manuscripts, Richard Levy Gallery, The Original Cha Cha Cha, The Sundance Institute, Paramount Pictures, Lastly and Most Importantly YOU...   Contributing Photographers:  Norman Seef,  Kanayo Adibe, Elliott Landy, Ryan Schierling, Mike Miller, Lynn Saville,  Melissa Ann Pinney, Herb Ritts, Alex Harris, Jack English, Gered Mankowitz, Bohnchang Koo, Natsumi Hayashi, Raymond Depardon, T. Enami, Dennis Stock, Dina Litovsky, Guillermo Cervera, Moises Saman, Cathleen Naundorf, Terry Richardson, Phil Stern, Dennis Morris, Henry Diltz, Steve Schapiro, Yousuf Karsh, Ellen Von Unwerth, William Claxton,  Robin Holland, Andrew Moore,  James Gabbard, Mary Ellen Mark, Melissa Ann Pinney, John Robert Rowlands, Brian Duffy, Robert Frank, Jon Lewis, Sven Hans, David Levinthal,  Joshua White, Brian Forrest, Lorna Stovall,  Elliott Erwitt,  Rene Burri,  Susan Wright,  David Leventhal, Peter Van Agtmael & The Bureau Editor Joshua Triliegi.     Contributing Guest Artists: Melissa Ann Pinney, Irby Pace, Robert Shetterly, David Burke, Michelle Handelman, Jon Swihart, F. Scott Hess, Ho Ryon Lee, Andy Moses, Kahn & Selesnick, Jules Engel,  Patrick Lee, David Palumbo, Tom Gregg, Tony Fitzpatrick, Gary Lang, Fabrizio Casetta, DJ Hall, David FeBland, Eric Zener, Seeroon Yeretzian, Dawn Jackson, Charles Dickson, Ernesto DeLaLoza, Diana Wong, Gustavo Godoy, John Weston,  Kris Kuksi,  Bomonster,  Hiroshi Ariyama,  Linda Stark,  Kota Ezawa,  Russell  Nachman,  Katsushika  Hokusai and  Xuan Chen   Contributing Writers:  David Gans, Sarah Rose Perry,  Jamar Mar(s) Tucker,  Erick Ceballos,  Robin Holland








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