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Associate Editor

Newcity Communications Inc
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47 West Polk Street Suite 100-223
Chicago , Illinois 60605
United States

Company Description: Newcity is a media company based in Chicago, founded in 1986 and still owned and operated by its founders, Brian & Jan Hieggelke. This site is a place for Newcity's...   more

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Contact | Newcity Network, 25 May 2015 [cached]
Associate Editor, Jason Foumberg
About Newcity Art | Newcity Art, 19 Jan 2015 [cached]
Jason Foumberg, associate editor
By Jason ..., 18 June 2015 [cached]
By Jason Foumberg
Before I interviewed the street muralist known as Don't Fret, he asked me to conceal the details of how we communicated.
Jason ..., 2 July 2007 [cached]
Jason Foumberg
One of the enduring motifs in the history of art is the lively skeleton, more specifically, the walking, dancing, talking and laughing skeleton.The body of bones that is made to perform human actions, who is re-animated with life by an artist's hand, is a cheery fellow; he isn't decaying or in a state of putrefaction.No, the skeleton is not a frightful thing to behold.He is, in fact, an old friend.
That is not to say he is a welcomed friend, but he is dependable.He is a consultant who always gives the same advice no matter the question.He is a guide who always leads us to the same place no matter where we are going.He is a lover, propagating himself with each kiss.He lifts us up, but only in waiting for the time when he can be freed from his meaty clothes and to live once again in the imagination, on paper or canvas.
The "danse macabre," or the Dance of Death, emerged as a graphic and sculptural form in the Middle Ages in Europe among plague and war as a sort of comic relief; ironic optimism is better than no optimism at all.His image was embraced and promoted in plays, on tombs, in literature and in the hands of draughtsman.He became a character that reminded us of a dire lesson with weighty finality, upstaging Christ and the devil's game of good versus bad.
Also by Jason Foumberg
Jason Foumberg is a ..., 3 Sept 2013 [cached]
Jason Foumberg is a contributing culture critic at Chicago magazine, art editor and columnist at Newcity, and contributes art criticism to Photograph and Sculpture magazines.
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