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Allison Katz

Describing the work of the American poet Frederick Seidel, the poet and critic Michael Hofmann has argued that “it’s important to understand that the poet is not in the lines”; this despite the fact t

Anne Hardy

Since the 1960s and '70s, sculpture's "expanded field"  has produced transient forms—temporary installations, performances, Earth works—that often continue to exist only in photographic documentation…

John Divola

Some 40 years ago, photography-and particularly color photography-was predominantly an amateur documentary tool, an artisanal underling to painting's full art status

Walter Swennen

Walter Swennen’s relative obscurity seems as structural as it might be contingent. He belongs to a celebrated generation of Belgian artists that includes Raoul De Keyser and Luc Tuymans, so therefore…