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  • As is fitting for a book about an art-making practice that values the process of making as much as (and perhaps more than) the final product, Braun-Reinitz and Weissman make few aesthetic judgments about the works presented in the book.

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  • It occasionally feels like Braun-Reinitz and Weissman are suggesting that the aesthetic value of a mural project is actually identical to its political value or the quality of the community engagement.

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  • Braun-Reinitz and Weissman make a truly substantial contribution to our understanding of New York's public landscape that goes beyond just celebrating the work.

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  • Braun-Reinitz began mural-making in 1984 when she joined Artists for a New Nicaragua on a large-scale project in the then-fledgling revolutionary democracy.

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  • Her project, a mural in a Brownsville garden, brought Braun-Reinitz to Weissman's attention and the women quickly became collaborators.

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  • "There's nothing like standing on scaffolding and painting," Braun-Reinitz continues; or hearing comments from passers-by.

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  • When Braun-Reinitz heard about the GreenThumb program, she applied and was selected.

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  • Although Braun-Reinitz confesses a love for the game, she and Weissman are drawn to murals that question social assumptions.

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  • "No other place celebrates baseball the way that Brooklyn honors the Dodgers," Braun-Reinitz says.

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  • Promoting peace and ending gun violence are frequent mural motifs say Braun-Reinitz and Weissman.

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    July 14, 2009