"At Brooklyn's Black & White Gallery, director Tatyana Okshteyn said that she was interested in "how artists organize and process information," and it certainly showed in the selection of works she brought to the fair. "Spanish-American War/Iraq War" a huge red banner by A.J. Bocchino, was made up of hundreds of actual headlines from the New York Times during both conflicts and was priced at $9,000. The gallery also showed intriguing portraits by Alicia Ross of Miley Cyrus, Lindsay Lohan, and other celebs for $3,800 apiece. Ross uses pixellated digital images from the internet and adds needlepoint work on top of them, merging new and old technologies."

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