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Phong Bui Studio Visit

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Uploaded on Aug 8, 2008

James Kalm is pleased to bring viewers a surprise studio visit with Brooklyn Rail publisher and artist, Phong Bui. With little to begin with, besides a passionate love for art and artists, Phong has guided the Rail from an amateurishly youthful experiment, to become one of New York City's most influential newspapers presenting an unpretentious "critical perspective on arts, politics and culture." During this brief visit, Phong talks about his interview techniques, we view Jonas Mekas' "The Song of AVILA", peak at Phong's portrait project, and discuss the mission of the Brooklyn Rail.

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