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Alex Baczynski-Jenkins

Creating fragmentary choreographies that take movement from everyday life, the British-Polish artist generates a non-normative space of friendship, desire and queer alliance.

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Ligia Lewis

The Dominican dancer and choreographer talks about her work in terms of “minoritarian politics,” charging it with racial signifiers and constructing unlikely associations.

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Anne Imhof

The German artist’s performance pieces are based on non-visible communication, with a voyeuristic desire to create an image using non-scripted encounters of bodies.

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Diamond Stingily

Growing up on the West Side of Chicago, Stingily’s experience is directly reflected in her work, her sculptures serving as melancholic totems of a haunted nostalgia.

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Jill Mulleady
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Jill Mulleady

In Mulleady’s psychologically leaden and mystically estranged apparitions, mythical monsters commingle with fairy tale creatures, and enigmatic totems overlook unnatural fornications.

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Miao Ying

The Sisyphean nature of Miao Ying’s art—built upon the quicksand of the Chinese cyberspace—may just be its most salient aspect, particularly in light of the “post-Internet” discourse.

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Caroline Mesquita
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Caroline Mesquita

In the work of the French sculptor, shiny metal bodies gather in obscure social constellations—their bright surfaces seemingly at odds with the grotesque gestures in which they’re frozen.

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Peter Halley

With Ab-Ex, Minimalism and Pop Art embedded in his dna, New York painter Peter Halley began in the early 1980s to create flat, tactile paintings playing on modernist pictorial rules.

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Talia Chetrit

Fellow artist Sahra Motalebi gives an intimate look to Talia Chetrit’s pictures of latent events, and how they capture the performative aspects of photography.

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Lou Dallas

A rag-tag collective of New York artists, designers and self-styled debutantes, Lou Dallas has adopted as its aesthetic a kind of zombie mish-mash of decadent style.

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George Condo

While an exhibition in Berlin confronts his paintings with masterpieces by old masters, the American artist meets his Italian colleague to talk about art, music and rebirth.

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Visualize: The Inevitable Flow

The Paris fashion shows were the climax of a trend centered on subverting the opposition of high and low, bourgeoisie and working class, aristocracy and subculture.

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New Order: The Spooky Bunch

As the global order mutates and the East rises to a position of power, a new series explores the cultural effects of this shift, proposing a story-telling from a different time zone.

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