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Lucy and her Neighbors

The paintings in this room are virtuosic, formal and reverent, everything that my world is not.

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Rachel Sussman

Deep time is like deep water. It’s hard to stay in deep time: you are always brought back to the surface.

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Rebecca Baron

In much of my work there is a theme of the unspeakable or the unsayable.

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Girl in the Sculpture Garden

Cameras are also devices for transforming appearances.

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Weimar Silent Film

Between the First and Second World Wars, the German Weimar Republic became the scene for one of the most creative periods in cinema history.

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Eva Respini

While I think it’s important to acknowledge the history of the institution, we shouldn’t be too navel-gazing about it.

Lynne Tillman on Second Avenue, April 2013

Lynne Tillman

We see things in a certain moment in time, the work doesn’t change but we change.

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Lorena Turner

Children born after the genocide in Rwanda

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Two Episodes of Credulity

But is wonder simply a pleasurable side effect of ignorance?

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Artist as God

This is a photograph of profound beauty and loneliness.

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Paula McCartney

A Field Guide to Snow and Ice