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artnet.com Magazine Features - every action is political and spiritual: an interview with willie cole (image)

artnet.com Magazine Features - every action is political and spiritual: an interview with willie cole (image)

artnet.com Magazine Features - every action is political and spiritual: an interview with willie cole (image)

artnet.com Magazine Features - every action is political and spiritual: an interview with willie cole (image)

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Mel Bochner, My New York Artist Covers: Mel Bochner. Courtesy of the artist

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Willie Cole

Barbara Kruger, My New York Artist Covers: Barbara Kruger

Street Artist JR Has Created an Epic Artwork About America's Gun Debate, Collaborating With TIME Magazine

Jacques Rancière's The Politics of Aesthetics (Continuum, 2006)

Too much?

Trevor Paglen's "Nov. 6, 2018" billboard in Hartford, CT. Photo via Instagram courtesy For Freedoms.

Eric Doeringer Bootlegs

Thomas Demand Podium

Another view of Puppy

Santiago Sierra Denounces Censorship After His Portraits of Spain's Political Prisoners Are Removed From ARCOmadrid

Drawings from Zeno Writing, 2002

President Woodrow Wilson on the cover of the 1917 World Series program

February 2018 Artforum magazine cover featuring Christina Ramberg's Hand (detail)(1971).

Die Dame was wildly popular in 1920s Germany. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Decolonize This Place protests at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Photo courtesy of @

Thanks for all the Memories

"Let Us Prey" Boss Tweed cartoon by Thomas Nast

Mother Samosa album art by Robert Gunningham. Courtesy MyArtBroker.

"Urban Mythologies: The Bronx Represented since the 1960s," Apr. 7-Sept. 5, 1999 artnet.com Magazine Features - Bronx Tales

Frisking, 1983

William T. Williams

Ellen Harvey

Drawings from Zeno Writing, 2002

Matthew Barney in Cremaster 2

Burning the piano in Toronto, 2002

Even_Cover

John Giorno, My New York Artist Covers: John Giorno

European painting and sculpture galleries, Art Institute of Chicago

Justin Faunce Emperor Tomato Ketchup

Politics · '

Heinz Mack

"Let Us Prey" Boss Tweed cartoon by Thomas Nast

There's a good deal of food for thought in all three of these positions on fairs, and as a former fair participant and current fair organizer, ...

The Austrian Expressionist artist Egon Schiele and his wife, Edith, send a postcard featuring a Schiele self-portrait. Courtesy TASCHEN.

Puppy's rear entrance.

Compound Theory of Legs

Xuan Tran giving the reunion and suicide awareness briefing

Jackie Robinson's jersey, 1956

The Gwangju Biennale Hall

Michael Byron One of the Ugliest Objects in America installation view

Jonah Koppel Construction 1

Street Artist JR Has Created an Epic Artwork About America's Gun Debate, Collaborating With TIME Magazine

Hank Willis Thomas, My New York Artist Covers: Hank Willis Thomas

On My Rocker

Philip Guston The Studio

2003

Saint Christopher ca. 1538

The height of mid-'00s internet culture: The

Scott Grodesky Athens

MoMA's second floor contemporary galleries, with works by Cy Twombly, Giovanni Anselmo, Blinky Palermo and Richard Serra

Frieze Summer 1996

Tony Fitzpatrick, The Chain Gang Dreams of Kryptonite, 2012

Andre Derain Portrait of Matisse

Action Painter 1998. Maloney Fine Art, Santa Monica

'We've Been Chasing Unicorns for Decades': Is the Elusive Tech Collector Real? Not Quite Yet, Dealers Say

Scott Grodesky Athens

2004

The Avant-Garde in Exhibition by Bruce Altshuler

Joseph Grigley Untitled Conversations 1999 (detail)

Hassan Hajjaj shot Cardi B. for New York magazine's November 13 issue. Photo courtesy of New York magazine.

James N. Wood, director of the Art Institute of Chicago

The Pleasure 2000 · "

Will Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Bitterly Divisive Politics Poison the City's Cultural Renaissance?

Saltz, Jerry, "Ask an Art Critic," Artnet.com, and NY Magazine, "Vulture", Oct. 26

Heinz Mack

MoMA's second floor contemporary galleries, with works by Cy Twombly, Giovanni Anselmo, Blinky Palermo and Richard Serra

2004

Justin Faunce Emperor Tomato Ketchup

Image of Rainer Ganahl's performance "Please Teach Me Chinese, Please Teach Me Italian – Marx a Prato, Gucci a Prato." Courtesy the artist.

Pierro della Francesca Constantine's Dream from "The Legend of the True Cross" ca. 1466. San Francesco, Arezzo

Han Dynasty pottery dancer at J.J. Lally

Cindy Sherman Untitled Film Still #7

John Waters photo Greg Gorman

Another shameless pest?

James Casebere Spanish Bath (Horizontal) 2003. Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Cindy Sherman's Office Killer from. The 1997 Revue. FEATURES 1997 ARCHIVES

Massimo De Carlo's stand, featuring work by Andra Ursuta and Piotr Uklanski at Frieze London. Photo: Julia Halperin.

Paul D. Miller Newsflash/Circuit Board

The

Kira Nam Greene, Grab It by the Papaya. Courtesy of the Whitney Houston Biennial

Gold pectoral with 48 figures, Scythian, 4th century B.C., at the Kiev Historical Museum

A Gift to a Palm Tree 1991. Politics and Peace

Slater Bradley Still from I'm Not Sad I'm Sure I Will Be 2001-03. Team Gallery

Alfredo Ramos Martínez India Xochitl $225,750 at Sotheby's Nov.20, 2000

Guests visit the new Liliana Porter exhibition at El Museo del Barrio, reopened following a

Revolutionary broadside with image of. Malcolm X, c.1968. Collection: Michael Rossman and AOUON Archive

Artists removed their works from the Design Museum as a protest. Photo by Kristian Buus.

Satyr and Nymph from the House of Faun, Pompeii

Cover of Star, Sept. 8, 1998