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Mark Tribe

If landscape painting has historically functioned, in the words of W.J.T. Mitchell, as "the ‘dreamwork' of imperialism," a medium through which aspirations toward geopolitical domination are reveale…

Sharon Hayes

From the speeches and protest songs of the 1960s to the people's mic made famous by the Occupy movement, the human voice has been an instrument essential to social change in contemporary American po…

Taryn Simon

A cataloguer of both the sensational and the banal, a completist with a postmodernist’s skepticism toward completion, Taryn Simon tarries with a range of contradictory discourses and desires. In her…

Robby Herbst

A self-described interdisciplinarian, Robby Herbst knows how to bring people together around productive labor. In addition to being an artist and educator, Herbst, who lives in Los Angeles, is a fou

Where Do We Migrate To

Elevating transience to the status of universal, this touring exhibition, curated by Niels Van Tomme and organized by the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland, Bal…

Zefrey Throwell

No one could accuse Zefrey Throwell of modesty. Recent work by the painter, videographer and sometime exhibitionist found him not only dropping his draw- ers in public but also staking a claim for h…

Joel Sternfeld

“Mama, don’t take my Kodachrome away . . . ” As Eastman Kodak was preparing to file for bankruptcy earlier this year, an exhibition affirming the company’s indelible impact on the 20th-century cultu…

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