An FDNY medical worker wears personal protective equipment outside a COVID-19 testing site at Elmhurst Hospital Center, Wednesday, March 25, 2020, in New York. Gov. Andrew Cuomo sounded his most dire warning yet about the coronavirus pandemic Tuesday, saying the infection rate in New York is accelerating and could be as close as two weeks away from crisis … [Read more...] about The coronavirus map of New York City where one person dies of coronavirus every nine minutes: Queens and Brooklyn are hot spots in analysis of proportion of tests that come back positive in each borough
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On Saturday, Trump also gave Cuomo approval for four further emergency medical sites, one based in each of the outer boroughs of New York City, that will provide much needed beds the city as it deals with over a quarter of the country's cases. … [Read more...] about Two hundred die from coronavirus in a DAY in New York state: Gov Andrew Cuomo reveals soaring death toll as announces some hospitals will ONLY cater to coronavirus patients
Over the course of three months I interviewed Leckey three times, and on each occasion we sat in precisely the same places in the same room in the apartment he shares with his wife, Lizzie Carey-Thomas, a curator of contemporary art at Tate Britain, and their two-year-old daughter, April. (“He married into the firm,” as Staple mischievously put it.) It was a former council flat in north London, part of an austere red-brick quadrangle that reminded me of a Victorian infirmary. Formal notices (“exercising of dogs is prohibited”) served to emphasise its somewhat institutional atmosphere, as did the proximity of one of London’s large 19th-century prisons. The flat is on the second floor of the block, reached via an open walkway. A couple of moribund plants sulked in pots outside the door. We sat at the scuffed kitchen table. On it was the Apple Mac computer that for Leckey was library, studio and office. He always had a red Moleskine notebook in front of him, … [Read more...] about How Mark Leckey became the artist of the YouTube generation
Fukase's images are grainy, dark and impressionistic. Often, he magnifies his negatives or overexposes them, aiming all the time for mood over technical refinement. He photographs flocks from a distance, and single birds that appear like black silhouettes against grey, wintry skies. They are captured in flight, blurred and ominous, and at rest, perching on telegraph wires, trees, fences and chimneys. Fusake photographs them alive and dead, and maps their shadows in harsh sunlight and their tracks in the snow. … [Read more...] about Masahisa Fukase’s Ravens: the best photobook of the past 25 years?