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Jane Fine



Will sits down with painter and Williamsburg veteran Jane Fine in his ongoing oral history of the neighborhood. Jane's work spans that treacherous terrain between drawing, cartooning and painting, as was clear in her exhibition at Pierogi last fall. Are we noticing some stylistic trends in the neighborhood here? She talks about the old scary days in Williamsburg--and a minor dispute ensues! Both the artists from LA, Joe Amrhein and Fred Tomaselli, contend that Williamsburg was safer than where they were from--but safety can be relative, perhaps. What they do all agree on is that it used to be cheap (32 minutes).
 

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