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Wendy Vogel

John Miller

John Miller (b. 1954) is a quintessential 1990s artist. The ’90s aesthetic might be described as cerebralism disguised as effortlessness—pastiche-riddled fashion, indie culture occupying a space betwe…

Jürgen Klauke

In “The Pains and Pleasures of Rebirth,” a 1976 article about women’s body art published in this magazine, Lucy Lippard criticized various body-art tropes by men. The offending practices consisted not

Kristin Lucas and Joe McKay

“When it comes to code and software, I’m really just an amateur,” said Kristin Lucas in a 2013 interview for this magazine. The new media artist’s concern is not mastery of technology, but rather its…

Camille Henrot

Entering French-born Camille Henrot's first solo show at Metro Pictures, I recalled a vivid early memory: my first time hearing an answering machine. I stood in the kitchen in the late '80s, clutching…

Mark Bradford

Los Angeles-based artist Mark Bradford went to CalArts in the '90s, but he never embraced the kind of anti-aesthetic conceptualism that is the school's signature. Instead, he found success through wha…

First Look: Firelei Báez

Born in the Dominican Republic and now living in New York, painter Firelei Báez addresses issues of cultural displacement and racial discrimination, past and present, in images that focus on skin tone…

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