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An online space for insightful writing on contemporary art and artists
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    Guest editor Ben McCoy introduces the theme of our July / August issue: "Exposed," explored with a focus on trans, queer, and feminist artists.

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    Dan Adler and Lesley Johnstone share the curatorial process behind "Liz Magor: Habitude," the artist's largest survey to date at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montreal till September.

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    Virgie Tovar delivers a powerful proclamation against our patriarchal society's demand to be thin.

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  • 07/08/16--08:59: Things That Look Like Me
  • New Orleans-based artist Vinsantos shares how he came to handcraft glamorous, dazzling dolls.

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    With a merciless girliness, feminist performance artist Kate Durbin gently bridges the gap between exposed and hidden parts.

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    In this essay, Writer-in-Residence Maggie Davis explores the feminist inspirations for the exhibition "Radical Plastic," opening Saturday.

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  • 07/18/16--12:38: Queer Secrets Exposed
  • Artist and DJ Vera Rubin considers the nuance in finding the right kind and amount of exposure for art that originated underground.

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    A. Laurie Palmer discusses her book "In the Aura of a Hole," which, through photography and essays, exposes the physical consequences of humanity's dependence on the earth and its resources.

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  • 07/22/16--08:51: On Exposure
  • Artist Matthew Morrocco considers photography's historical significance, and its enduring relevance in an image-driven world.

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  • 07/28/16--12:33: Speaking Without Words
  • Part poetry, part proclamation, this experimental text by artist Siobhan Aluvalot reveals the motivations driving her work.

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    A look inside the lives of Brooklyn-based artists, gallerists, and curators Liz Nielsen and Carolina Wheat, who founded Elijah Wheat Showroom in honor of the son they lost.

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    In this satirical Q&A, acclaimed self-help author Howard Moseley, PhD, answers readers’ questions about gallery representation and the nature of creativity.

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    Mexican-American painter Tino Rodriguez describes four themes explored in his exotic, mystical work: the self, dreams, gender, and fairy tales.

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    Jared Quinton reviews two exhibitions on view in New York: "Art AIDS America" at the Bronx Museum and "Nan Goldin: The Ballad of Sexual Dependency" at MoMA.

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    In this personal essay, artist Tanya Wischerath reflects on the complexities of bringing activist art to a culturally objective viewership.

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    Writer-in-Residence Maggie Davis explores the minimalist sculptures of emerging Atlanta-based artist Vanessa Brook Williams.

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    A selection of quotes and artworks from ART21-featured women artists proving that vulnerability and weakness are by no means synonymous.