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Holding the Gaze: Ebony G. Patterson Interviewed by Lori DeGolyer
Ebony Patterson Nasher1

Using the visual seduction of installation and video to address systemic violence.

Holding the Gaze: Ebony G. Patterson Interviewed by Lori DeGolyer
Ebony Patterson Nasher1

Using the visual seduction of installation and video to address systemic violence.

Nancy Princenthal’s Unspeakable Acts: Women, Art, and Sexual Violence in the 1970s Reviewed by Hall W. Rockefeller
Unspeakable Acts Nancy Princenthal

Situating a recent history of feminist art.

Inclusive Practices: Kate McBride Interviewed by Anni Irish
Kate Mc Bride1 Mfa Boston

Rethinking institutions through social change.

Issue #152: Nicolas Party by Jonathan Lee
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Party creates vivid pastels and transformational installations that lure viewers deep into the backstories of his subjects.

Of Grief and Anger: David Wojnarowicz’s In the Shadow of Forward Motion Reviewed by Conor Williams
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A rare David Wojnarowicz zine is republished.

Issue #152: Note From the Editor
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Preorder your issue today.

Contradictions and Tensions: Shiva Ahmadi Interviewed by Naomi Falk
Strait of Hormuz Shiva Ahmadi1

An artist working to unveil ugly truths.

Symptom of Society: Luba Drozd’s PPE Fabrication Initiative by Jasmine Dreame Wagner
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3D-printing face shields to combat the shortage of PPE for hospital workers.

under the sun by abrownrecluse

And in that dream I felt a warm bright light.

Amani Al-Thuwaini and Andrea Hasler
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Two artists recast the iconography of consumerism—one into tradition-bending Kuwaiti dowry chests and the other into sculptures evoking raw flesh.

Issue #151: Chitra Ganesh by Tausif Noor
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In her paintings, videos, and installations, Ganesh plays with the distinction between art object and artifact, myth and history, to posit alternative, emancipatory futures.

Bitter Is the Truth: Tarek Lakhrissi Interviewed by Laura Brown
Unfinished Sentence Tarek Lakhrissi1

Film, performance, and sculpture that imagine exorcism as liberation.

Virtual Viewing: Fantastic Women Reviewed by Karla Kelsey
Fantastic Women1 Schirn Kunsthalle

A new history of Surrealist women artists.

The Risk of Stating the Obvious: Ella Kruglyanskaya Interviewed by Lauren Moya Ford
Blue Bell Bottoms Ella Kruglyanskaya Thomas Dane1

Painting from the present and from history.

Reciprocating Gaze: Jordan Casteel Interviewed by Cassie Packard
Charles Jordan Casteel1 New Museum

A painter discusses her approach to making portraits.

Studio Visit: Belén Rodríguez by Lauren Moya Ford
Belen Rodriguez1 Studio Visit

An artist who treats painting like sculpture.

Art into the World: Marion Wilson Interviewed by Louis Bury
Marion Wilson, The Landscape Is Sanctuary to Our Fears, Wood Table with Bottles

A social-practice artist talks about working with painting and photography.

The Politics of Sight: Sadie Barnette Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
Sadie Barnette, Room to Live, 2019, Couch

An artist working with FBI surveillance materials.

Collapse and Equilibrium: Michelle Lopez Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
Michelle Lopez1

Translating protest into sculpture.

Reflections of Desire: Vikky Alexander Interviewed by Alison Sinkewicz
Vikky Alexander1

Installations and photographs that investigate the self and consumerism.

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