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Charles Simonds

Forty years ago, Charles Simonds began building, in crumbling corners of downtown Manhattan, tiny brick dwellings meant to house a mythical race of “Little People.” The scratchy, jumpy videos that doc…

Graham Nickson

As a 26-year-old Rome Prize recipient in 1972, Graham Nickson was already so convinced of painting’s transcendent power that he began testing his own painterly mettle with a hazardous subject: sunse…

Richard Fleischner

For the past 45 years, Richard Fleischner, like many artists of his generation, has been practicing art "on a lofty and cerebral plane of a quotidian materiality," to use Yvonne Rainer's felicitous…

John Walker

John Walker's Maine is a fertile place. It continues to provide rich source material for his work as he enters his fifth decade as a painter. Working in the studio or en plein air at the edge of an…

Lynn Davis

Lynn Davis’s photographs have more to do with the sculptural concerns of Judd, Serra and Brancusi than with the spectrum of narrative or documentary photography. Viewed through her camera, even the…

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