Becoming ImperceptibleBy Wendy Tronrud
The first and largest section of Becoming Imperceptible assembles found historical images from the early to mid-20th century, reproduced here in photocopy-quality black and white, a visual aesthetic Pendleton often uses in his artwork.
Ramblings of a Wannabe PainterBy Alyssa Collura
Published as a part of David Zwirner Books’s series on ekphrasis, Ramblings of a Wannabe Painter offers an unfiltered look into the provocative mind of Paul Gauguin.
The Weight of the WorldBy Avra Spector
For Adnan, the job of an artist, regardless of form or medium, is to participate in that double attraction: both to hear and see the world actively, to meet and collide with it.
Reading as Art & Publishing as Artistic PracticeBy Megan N. Liberty
Can reading be a form of making? And if reading is making, what, then, of publishing? Two recent publications take these questions as their starting points.