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Carroll Dunham

In the Studio: Carroll Dunham

The New York painter, known for his biomorphic abstractions and broadly comic nude-figure scenes, discusses his early devotion to the linear Conceptualism of figures like Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin and…

Carroll Dunham

A “peculiar blend of slapstick idiocy and gallantry” is a phrase that captures the spirit of Carroll Dunham’s new paintings. Tellingly, it was written by Dunham himself in a review of Picasso’s late

Lena Dunhams Open House

Filmmaker Lena Dunham treads the turbid shallows of post-college fallout. In her latest, Tiny Furniture, the artist turns the camera on herself and her immediate family. Dunham favors a sort of…

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