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Liz Wing

Liz Wing is a writer living in San Francisco.

Stephan Pascher: Who Got the Chickens

Who Got the Chickens is the title of Stephan Pascher’s latest show at Steven Wolf Fine Arts. It’s a lighthearted jab at a well-known artist whose name became entwined with a small town in west Texas.

Lutz Bacher: ODO

Lutz Bacher, the Berkeley-based artist who has been working in a conceptual idiom for the last forty years, is the subject of two major museum retrospectives, one currently at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, and one upcoming next year at P.S.1.


Hauntology, on view at the Berkeley Art Museum until early December, takes its cue from a concept coined by Derrida in his 1993 work Spectres of Marx.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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