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New York Law Journal - Columns
In his Estate Planning and Philanthropy column, Conrad Teitell writes: The tax law permeates virtually all areas of human activity. The recent horrific killing of Cecil the lion calls that adage to mind. I have no idea whether Walter Palmer will have the lion's head mounted, and if he does whether he will keep or contribute it. But enough taxpayers had contributed animal trophies to charity and...
As bizarre as it sounds
Wild Kingdom , Clayton Campbell's latest series on view at Coagula Curatorial through August 23, strikes prescient notes as the artist morphs stealth shots of humans into natural history dioramas from museums throughout the United States. Dioramas, those beloved and creepy displays, set up taxidermy trophy animals against luridly painted backdrops with dusty silk and plastic plants to appear as...