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Berlin Gallery Weekend 4/6: Caleb Considine

With his first solo show at Galerie Buchholz, the New York-based painter continues to pursue an ideal of “muteness” through gestures of abbreviation, interruption and restraint.

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KALEIDOSCOPE x #GucciGram

For a new online project by GUCCI, KALEIDOSCOPE was invited to select some of the most interesting new-generation artists active in Asia today.

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Interview: Martha Kirszenbaum

In which we speak with curator Martha Kirszenbaum, director of L.A.-based non-profit Fahrenheit, about her experiences in the city’s ever-burgeoning arts community.

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Diane Simpson

Make your way through enough writings on Diane Simpson’s work and you’ll find a single descriptor comes up time and again: elegant. Outwardly, it’s a word denoting presence, poise, a tasteful…

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Katherine Bernhardt

In composing her 1995 New Yorker article “Orchid Fever,” Susan Orlean became infatuated with a Miami-based horticulturist named John Laroche. Eccentric in looks…

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