Calvin Reid

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Terry Adkins by Calvin Reid
Terry Adkins 01 Bomb Oral History

“I obtusely landed in the best place possible.”

Nina Bovasso by Calvin Reid
Bovasso 1

The blobs, drips, and painterly splatterings in Nina Bovasso’s works make for a user-friendly investigation into the improvisational nature of inspiration while wrapping the whole painterly enterprise in eye-grabbing allusions to everything else in the world.

Cynthia Lovett by Calvin Reid
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Pierre Clastres’s The Chronicles of the Guayaki Indians, translated by Paul Auster by Calvin Reid
Clastres Pierre 01

“Although I have been back to Paraguay several times,” wrote the late French anthropologist Pierre Clastres, “I have never seen the Guayaki Indians again. I have not had the heart to.”

Kerry James Marshall by Calvin Reid
Marshall Kerry James 01 Bomb 062

For Kerry James Marshall, 1997 was a good year: a MacArthur Fellowship, the Whitney Biennial and Documenta X. He spoke with Calvin Reid about the future of painting. 

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