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In Conversation

LORNA SIMPSON with Osman Can Yerebakan

"People really desire a narrative; they want to see a fully formed, closed, succinct message. I’ve always in some way avoided a very closed, concise narrative."

In Conversation

SHARA HUGHES with Alex A. Jones

I met with Hughes before the opening of In Lieu of Flowers to discuss the evolution of her work and her relationship to the landscape genre. Hughes is quick to confirm that her paintings aren’t really about “nature,” which begs the most interesting question: what are they about?

In Conversation

MARCUS JAHMAL with Louis Block

"They seem to be going somewhere, leaving you in a state of questioning, very similar to a film still."

In Conversation

SANYA KANTAROVSKY with Jason Rosenfeld

"I feel that humor is ultimately the most important element, this more Bergsonian kind of humor, a kind of self-reflexive humor, a tap on the shoulder."

In Conversation

JOANNA POUSETTE-DART with Barbara Rose

I first wrote about Joanna Pousette-Dart's work in 1985 in an articled titled "Rule Breaker's" published in VOGUE. I have followed her work from the very beginning.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2019

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