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Steven Holl: Making Architecture by Michael Brod
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An architect starts with watercolor.

Lisa Sanditz by Kanishka Raja
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A landscape painter explores the “bright, exuberant, plastic toxicity” oozing from the colors of our contemporary environment.

Portfolio by Jungjin Lee
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From Unnamed Road, 2010–15, a series of photographs taken in Israel and Palestine.

Car Talk by Mary Simpson & Carroll Dunham
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Hitting the road.

Barnaby Furnas by John Reed
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“Our world is totally dominated by rectangles.”

Portfolio by Cy Gavin
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“How does it feel to be a problem? they say, I know an excellent colored man in my town; or, I fought at Mechanicsville; or, Do not these Southern outrages make your blood boil? To the real question, How does it feel to be a problem? I answer seldom a word.

BOMB Specific by Katherine Hubbard
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Katherine Hubbard is an interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn. 

Lukas Marxt by Julian Ross
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Landscape, video, and the Anthropocene.

Rosa Barba by Joan Jonas
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During a train ride from New York to Massachusetts, Rosa Barba and Joan Jonas exchanged thoughts on volcanoes, deserts, and poetry, on film versus video, and the layering of time and place in their works.

Portfolio by Merve Unsal

From a window.

Neil Greenberg & Will Corwin
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A discussion of urbanism and Staten Island, cartography, and monumental sculpture’s place in modern society.

Laida Lertxundi by Katie Bradshaw
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Setting soundtracks to the desert, the sea, and the sky.

Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe by Kalia Brooks
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“We have to tell the truth in the image.”

Sean McFarland by Ashley Stull
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Finding landscapes in the least obvious places.

Winter Kept Us Warm: on Melinda Ring’s Forgetful Snow by Olive McKeon
Forgetful Snow

The historical, physical, and poetic forces that shape Ring’s triptych, Forgetful Snow.

Winter Kept Us Warm: on Melinda Ring’s Forgetful Snow by Olive McKeon
Forgetful Snow

The historical, physical, and poetic forces that shape Ring’s triptych, Forgetful Snow.

smudge studio by Sara Jacobs & Emily Gordon
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Shannon Ebner and Zoe Leonard
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Both artists overturn photographic conventions to slow down our reading of physical and verbal landscapes. Their exchange touches on the retina, the sun, and camera obscura.

Portfolio by Justin Berry
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A new web-based work considers the online landscape.

Björn Larsson by Rachel Reese
Works of Translation

Photographer Björn Larsson discusses the perception shifts he experienced when documenting the miraculously slow and unrelenting growth of nature.

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