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Experiencing Silke Otto-Knapp’s Dusky, Luminous Paintings

April 24, 2020

Dance, memory, and liminal spaces on view at the Renaissance Society.

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Tinder in the Time of COVID-19

April 16, 2020

Not even a quarantine can stop the boys of Tinder.

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Notes On A Rabbit Stein, The Best Clickbait,...

April 16, 2020

Looking at things feels different now than it did before.

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Netflix & Ciabatta: Texts from the Italian Men...

March 6, 2020

A photo collage by Lex Chilson.

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Notes on Elks, a Bean, My Shirt

March 3, 2020

Fleeting looks at visual culture, from Arts Editor Leah Gallant.

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Chicago, Home of the Micro-Biennial

March 2, 2020

Why artist-run fairs and biennials can do what big fairs can't.

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Eternal Labors

February 11, 2020

A conversation with the organizers of the Re:Working Labor exhibition.

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Cancelling Wilderness

February 8, 2020

The first step towards preserving our wilderness is expanding our definition of...

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I Went to the BP Biennial

February 6, 2020

Does a biennial about decolonization and climate crisis cancel itself out if...

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Allison Janae Hamilton’s Dark, Pastoral Fantasies

January 31, 2020

How her art explores the many layers of our relationship with nature

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Collected and Connected in Detroit

January 3, 2020

How one gallery is growing the network of artists and collectors in Detroit.

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It Came From the Medicine Cabinet

December 9, 2019

An interview with artist Martha Poggioli.

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