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Jennifer Grimyser in Zing Magazine

Fran Holstrom

Jennifer Grimyser has a new photography project published in the latest issue of Zing Magazine Issue #25 titled "Free or Missing". This project focuses on pull tabs flyers, which are displayed on telephone poles or bulletin boards. This public messaging format utilizes a simple 8.5" x 11" piece of paper yet the content is playful and practical, yet at time also emotional and tragic.

Look for issue #25 at your local bookstore and newsstand or to purchase your own copy

Issue #25 Features:
Sarah Staton, "Mycology and Dendrology"
Amy Gartrell, "Curate My Death"
Rachel Cole Dalamangas, "The Leftovers"
Allan McCollum, "Allan McCollum: 1968-1977"
Shamus Clisset, "Untitled (Empty)"
Robert Smithson, "Pop"
Kerri Scharlin, "In Her Studio"
Gaston Karquel/Geraldine Postel & David Magnin, "Megéve: Two Days in the Summer 1948"
Polly Apfelbaum, "The Potential of Women"
Craig Dykers, "Observationalist" 
Michael Ross, "Sculpture|2005-2006"
Jennifer Grimyser, "Missing or Free"
Karin Bravin, "Proposal"
Maria Antelman/Melanie Flood, "The Spacesaver"
Willard Boepple, "Rips"
Heidi Zuckerman, ". . . some fragment of a dream"
Christian Schumann, "Obstacles"
Elmgreen & Dragset/Maureen Sullivan, "Variations of Blue"
Bjarne Melgaard, "The Worst Year of My Life"
Romana Drdova, "Mapo Tofu Masks: An Asian Love Story"
Edgar Serrano/Benjamin Donaldson, "Edgar Serrano"
Deborah Kass, "No Kidding"
Natalie Rivera, "The Women's Group"
Brandon Johnson, "Paintings for the People: La Familia Lorenzo"
Walter Robinson, "Pharmaceuticals"

Poster #11: Mark Licari
Special Edition (mask): Romana Drdova 
Special Edition (koozie: Shamus Clisset