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VOL. 11, NO. 9
by Mark Lane
An effort to kickstart urban renewal in Evansville, Indiana, leads residents to take sides and artists to consider the social implications of their work.
interviewed by Ross Simonini
“Finding one’s freedom is about surrendering to your helplessness. I’m a painter. That’s what I do.”
by Sasha Archibald
When tracing the roots of feminist art, all roads lead back to Southern California in the early 1970s and an installation called Womanhouse.
by Damaris Colhoun
One Iraq veteran faces censorship over his confrontational performance art; another is nicknamed “the Kiln Fairy.”
A Sudden Gust
A new poem by Sheryda Warrener
interviewed by Leanne Shapton
“I don’t ask anybody to do anything. I just want to see.”
Winnie Wong interviewed by James Hughes
What do the masterful painters of Dafen, China, teach us about authenticity and exceptionality?
interviewed by Meehan Crist
“There are still flowers in the desert, and that’s beautiful in the midst of all this destruction.”
by Amy Klein
A conversation with Suzanne Lacy about her piece Three Weeks in January.
Pillow of Air
by Lawrence Weschler
The debut installment of Lawrence Weschler’s column of loose-synaped peregrinations.
The Omnivorous Eye by Lawrence Weschler
An introduction to Pillow of Air
Real Life Rock Top Ten by Greil Marcus
What the Swedes Read by Daniel Handler
Schema: A Retrospective of Fictional Artists by Louisa Dunnigan
Mason Currey’s Daily Rituals: How Artists Work reviewed by Siobhan Phillips
Genpei Akasegawa’s Hyperart: Thomasson reviewed by Daniel Levin Becker
David Abed’s Liquid Modernity reviewed by Kathleen Rooney
“Comics” edited by Alvin Buenaventura