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A Christian Covers the World's Longest Cocktail Party
Image: Courtesy of Kelly Crow.

A Christian Covers the World's Longest Cocktail Party

An interview with Kelly Crow, who has reported on the contemporary art world for 'The Wall Street Journal' since 2006.

Walking to the Museum of Modern Art one day over lunch, Wall Street Journal staff reporter Kelly Crow stopped at the table of an artist selling prints on a sidewalk in Midtown Manhattan.

Crow recognized the artist, Michelle Han, from her church, ...

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Hannah N.

October 23, 2013  1:12pm

I love this: "The Christian faith is provocative and potent, so why should its art play it safe?" Great interview!

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Dessie T

October 15, 2013  3:47pm

What a refreshing change from all of the how we should date, how we should dress, what kind of sex is permissible, how many children we should have, how we should respond to Prop 8 and same-sex marriage, etc etc. I realize the Christian life calls for believers to be set apart, and advice is a part of that, but sometimes it gets a bit tiresome. I like to hear about and from believers w/ "secular jobs" (from all walks of life) talk about their careers and lives. Kelly Crow is obviously extremely intelligent and articulate and I enjoyed what she had to say. Nice job!

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