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The Art of Cardboard: Big Ideas for Creativity, Collaboration, Storytelling, and Reuse Paperback – July 15, 2015
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About the Author
Lori Zimmer is a writer and curator who has evolved along side the public art/graffiti community. She is also the creator of popular blog Art Nerd New York, an art history guide to New York City that also provides off beat access to public art, exhibitions and artists’ studios. Since 2009, Lori has been working actively in the art world on many facets, from writing to curatorial projects to advising artists and event planning. Known for mounting exhibitions that often have a narrative thread, she has curated projects for organizations like Times Square Arts, SCOPE Art Show in Miami and New York, and for the ACT/ART committee for the White House. Lori Zimmer is the author of The Art of Cardboard (Rockport Publishers, 2015) and The Art of Spray Paint (Rockport Publishers, 2016). Zimmer resides in New York City, but travels every chance she gets, visiting artists and galleries across the world.
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