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Pat O’Neill’s “Let’s Make a Sandwich”

MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, New York

(Left) Pat O’Neill, Safer than Springtime, 1964. (Right) Pat O'Neill, Trouble in the Image, 1996.
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Leo Goldsmith

Los Angeles-based artist Pat O’Neill has been making work for the last 50 years, and yet it’s rarely seen in New York. A key figure in West Coast experimental cinema, O’Neill is probably best known for highly plastic and technically accomplished films like his lysergic 7362 (1967) or his extraordinary... continue reading
Martha Rosler’s “Cuba, January 1981”

MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, New York

Martha Rosler, Hairdressers at Hair Salon “Ella,” Trinidad, 1981.
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Scott Reger

Hairdressers, Trinidad, one of several diptychs in Martha Rosler’s “Cuba, January, 1981,” shows two women looking at each other. In the first image, the blonde addresses the camera, seemingly in mid-speech, while the brunette watches her in profile. In the accompanying image, the brunette smiles for the camera, while the... continue reading

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