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Constance DeJong by Jennifer Krasinski
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“We were relegated to Chick Lit, romance novels, our subjects were love and motherhood and other sexually-defined things. Modern Love mocks that, to some degree. It pushes back.”

David Diao by Matthew Deleget
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Diao’s first comprehensive retrospective, at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art—fittingly, in the painter’s native China—is the occasion for a conversation that looks back at fifty years of artistic production.

Cristina de Middel by Pradeep Dalal
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With official-seeming letters folded next to staged photographs, the project moves fluently between the evidentiary and the fanciful.

R. H. Quaytman by Antonio Sergio Bessa
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On painting, architecture, and working in “chapters.”

Erica Baum by Kim Rosenfield
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To encounter Erica Baum’s “Naked Eye Anthology” series is to reach something akin to a Jacques Guerlain L’Heure Bleu threshold state.

Zoe Leonard: You see I am here after all by Marc Joseph Berg
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Zoe Leonard: You see I am here after all (2008) documents the artist’s two-and-a-half year Dia installation while expanding upon the art of mechanical reproduction.

Patricia Esquivias by Manuela Moscoso
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By engaging in storytelling, Patricia Esquivias utilizes narrations to re-signify situations and events filtered through her own individual and particular viewpoints.

Roxy Paine by Tod Williams & Billie Tsien

As architects we work for many different clients on a wide variety of projects, from private residences to laboratories, swimming pools, libraries, and museums.

Cameron Martin by Dike Blair
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The three paintings pictured here are from a series Cameron Martin titles Black Sun

Josh Müller by Lucy Raven
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Artist Josh Müller uses a variety of methods to draw into question how audiences interpret film, from resetting and rephotographing travel magazine models to taping a rescreening of a popular television series.

Untitled Drawing by Allan McCollum
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Artwork by Allan McCollum, 1988–90, pencil, 14 × 9½ inches. 

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