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Suzaan Boettger

SUZAAN BOETTGER, an art historian and critic in New York, is working on a book on environmentalist art.

Tough Acts, To Follow

When the current Venice Biennale compilation, All the World’s Futures, incited critics’ antipathy as “morality-based,” “provocative but also confining,” and “morose, joyless, and ugly,” I knew I had to see it.

Oil On Paper

Oil is the elixir of the economy and venom to the environment. Beyond its materialization as myriad synthetics from furniture to foodstuffs, this contentious fluid has become the elan vital of development—at once pervasive, productive, and perverse.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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