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Yuji Agematsu

Carnegie International

On each day of the 57th Carnegie International's run, two calligraphers sit at easels in the center of a first-floor gallery. A projector beams words onto pieces of heavy-stock paper to be traced in…

The Dubai Effect

They say that museums are where art goes to die. But it might be more apt to say that of storage facilities—from an artist's bedroom closet to multibillion-dollar freeports found chiefly in Geneva…

Yuji Agematsu

For the past 25 years, Japan-born, Brooklyn-based Yuji Agematsu (b. 1956) has maintained an archive of urban detritus—cast-off bits of chewed gum, tattered and illegible printed matter, shrimp shell…

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