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30 Years After ‘The Ballad of Sexual Dependency,’ a Look at Nan Goldin's New Work

“My taxi ride was a great, great example of how men hate taking instructions from women,” said Nan Goldin, who was seated with Adam Gopnik at this weekend’s New Yorker Festival, discussing her life, work and the state of the world. 601 more words

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Anne Truitt: Wanting What I Can't Have

“Artists are thrust straight up against the wave of their ambition in the world as well as their ambition for their work. Unless they like being rolled over and over on the sharp pebbles of their inconsistencies, they have to dive through this wave into understanding” … 145 more words


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10 Things CREATIVE people do – Have you ever wondered why some people are more creative than others? Did you ever wish that you had more of that particular gene? 524 more words


Darren Almond

‘Giving the landscape the time to express itself.’ (Undergang Armchair interview)

Full Moon Landscapes in The Guardian

Interview with Undergang Armchair

Darren Almond at Matthew Marks Gallery


Variations of One: Brice Marden’s Monchromes

For something that would seem so simple, so cut and dried, the idea of the monochrome painting has proved incredibly elastic. Supposedly a single color supported on a plane, its basic structure lacks analogy in other artistic mediums. 1,854 more words