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Portraits: John Berger on Artists

For many of us, John Berger is a marker in time. There is the period before our first exposure to his profound and radical insights, and the period after, when the controlling circuitries of power and class are revealed.

Abstract Bodies: Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender

It is radical to propose that abstract sculptures have genders, or rather, can evoke them. In his new book, David Getsy goes even further, arguing that non-representational forms can conjure genders unknown, unforeseen, and unshared by their makers.


The Brooklyn Rail

FEB 2016

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