Presence (Philosophy)

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Hans Witschi by Zipora Fried
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Zipora Fried talks with Witschi about the intricate methodology that inspires his paintings, his digital image archive, and his musical notation.

Jacqueline Humphries by Cecily Brown
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It’s a relatively limited type of adjective that clings to recent abstract painting: intricate, quiet, lyrical, seductive, mysterious, atmospheric.

Meg Cranston, Melissa Kretschmer, and Maya Lin by Saul Ostrow & David Pagel
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“You could ask me, ‘Why do you do it this way?’ There’s absolutely no way I could tell you. It takes me a month with a piece of lead on a table. And day by day, it gets folded or bent. And that becomes this underlying, hidden piece that you barely see.”

Alain Kirili by Saul Ostrow
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The joy of flesh, femininity, and pleasure flow from the hands of Alain Kirili into his abstract sculptures creating a suggestive and tactile experience for the audience.

Jene Highstein by David Seidner
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David Seidner describes the spatially-aware sculptures of Jene Highstein as “awesome yet inviting somehow: shapes that beckon to caress, that speak of intimacy, be they the size of a fist, or a ten ton piece of polished black granite.”

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