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An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf
pink words are written over the female figure in a reproduced Vermeer painting titled, Women Words (Vermeer #4), by Betty Tompkins

Art that confronts abuse toward women.

An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf
pink words are written over the female figure in a reproduced Vermeer painting titled, Women Words (Vermeer #4), by Betty Tompkins

Art that confronts abuse toward women.

Black Phenomena: On Afropessimism & Camp by Hafizah Geter
A Black man’s mouth with a trim goatee and a set of gold and diamond encrusted grills on his lower teeth.
Valuing the Discarded: Michael Mahalchick Interviewed by Elisabeth Kley
a collection of comical and grotesque masks affixed to the wall titled, Masks, by ​Michael Mahalchicki

Sculptures made with latex and found objects.

Fellowships and Residencies Fall 2021
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Our quarterly roundup of fellowships, residencies, and prizes accepting applications.

Generating Friction: Jamie Crewe Interviewed by Caroline Elbaor
A collage featuring text a woman's resting head and crossing orange lines titled, An amalgam, by Jamie Crewe

Depicting the complicated, conflicting, and ambivalent parts of transgender experience.

The Multiple Becomes Unique: Tom Lecky Interviewed by Kim Beil
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A photobook playfully documents local history.

Embodying Interior Lives: Dawn Cerny Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
A thin vertical sculpture consisting of silver and yellow bars titled, Screen from Leisure Activity Area at Eden Lake, by Dawn Cerny

Sculptures as actors, props, and sets.

Life as a Collage: Sarah Cain Interviewed by Maddie Klett
Abstract paintings in a book titled, Music Book, by Sarah Cain

An artist’s book paints on music sheets.

William J. Simmons’s Queer Formalism: The Return Reviewed by Clarity Haynes
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A book that asks questions more than provides answers.

Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake by Jenny Wu
Postcard of a seashore with kneaded erasers arranged over the water and sky.

The retrospective of Hannah Wilke’s career “invites viewers to notice the overlooked details in Wilke’s works, so they can fully embrace the pleasures and contradictions that linger beneath—and, at times, explicitly atop—their surfaces.”

Material Resistance by Monica Uszerowicz
A woman wearing a bathing suit and sitting in a river pours a bowl of water over herself titled, Amara Abdal Figueroa in Guánica

Learning from clay; returning to the land.

BOMB Retrospective: Pedro Reyes Revisits the Classics by Mónica de la Torre​
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Celebrating 40 years with curated selections from the archive.

Roshambo by Ronald Wimberly
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Unlocked from our summer issue: “Roshambo,” a comic by Ronald Wimberly.

Failure as Protest: Tala Madani Interviewed by Gwen Burlington
A painting of a excremental human figure draped across a long table titled, Shit Mom (Feedback), by Tala Madani

Paintings that challenge received behaviors.

Material Intelligence: Teresita Fernández Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large, brown, abstract wall work made with glazed ceramic tiles titled, Caribbean Cosmos, by Teresita Fernández

Artworks that challenge colonial narratives.

Portfolio by Anri Sala
A large digital video projection of turntables in a flooded space filled with columns titled, Time No Longer, by Anri Sala

An installation memorializes history and music.

Kader Attia by Sergio Vega
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The artist, who reproduced the city of Ghardaïa in couscous, examines architecture as a tool of control, repair as a form of resistance, and the imperative to invent new forms of care.

I Have Had Enough Conversations To Know That Flowers Sell: Jeffrey Augustine Songco Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
A photograph of a room featuring a piano a photograph of someone kissing a trophy a plaque and a chair titled, Jeffrey Augustine Songco: Society of 23’s Trophy Game Room

Objects and installations that redirect symbolic systems.

All Pleasures Fulfilled: Samantha Nye Interviewed by Cassie Packard
A colorful painting of a group of elderly women gathered around a poolside titled, Attractive People, Doing Attractive Things In Attractive Places—Double Your Pleasure—Double Your Pleasure, by Samantha Nye

Remaking the ’60s as a queer playground.

Distinct Pleasures: Victoria Gitman Interviewed by Paul Maziar
A photorealistic painting of patches of blue and white fur titled, Untitled, by Victoria Gitman

Photorealist paintings of decorative surfaces.

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