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Wendy Vogel

Farah Al Qasimi

The young Abu Dhabi–born photographer Farah Al Qasimi's first New York solo exhibition, "More Good News," featured a dozen images, many of them portraying Arab men or—given the artist's interest in…

Chou Yu-Cheng

Chou Yu-Cheng (b. 1976) has become known for an administrative brand of conceptualism inspired by European strategies like relational aesthetics. For the 2010 installation TOA Lighting, for instance…

Lillian Schwartz

Human-size mainframe computers and magnetic tape storage units, a clunky light pen, cathode-ray tube monitors, film reels: these were the tools that Lillian Schwartz used to make experimental films an…

Antek Walczak

Antek Walczak’s pre-9/11 New York is gray: a flat, bored expanse of exploitation. He captures Paris in the same dull palette, but it’s New York, with its schizophrenic capitalism, that set the tone fo…

Carl Cheng

If you believe the clichés, Los Angeles is a place for relentless innovation and personal reinvention. But over the past few years, the Southern California art scene has made its mark by reexamining i…

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