Stephen Zacks
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Stephen Zacks

Flint Public Art Project executive director Stephen Zacks is an internationally recognized architecture and urbanism reporter, theorist, and cultural producer based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and a native of Flint, Michigan.  He received an M.A. in Liberal Studies from the New School for Social Research, a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Humanities from Michigan State University, served as an editor at Metropolis from 2005-2008, and has received awards from the NY State Council on the Arts, Newtown Creek Fund, Graham Foundation, ArtPlace, MacDowell Colony, and the Warhol Foundation.  Zacks served as a NYSCA architecture, planning, and design panelist from 2011-2013. Co-founder of the Bring to Light–Nuit Blanche New York festival and co-director of Collective: Unconscious performance space from 1996-2002, he is currently writing A Beautiful Ruin: The Generation that Transformed New York, 1967-1986, a nonfiction narrative about New York during the mid-70s fiscal crisis (Inventory Books/Princeton Architectural Press, 2015).

 

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01. How to See Other People issue 25: February 2016
02. These Facts about Gentrification Won't Blow Your Mind: 27 Points Toward a Pragmatic Understanding of Various Phenomena Confusingly Grouped under the Name Gentrification issue 15: March 2015