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/ Supportico Lopez
View of “The Word Today Serves No One Except To Say To The Grocer Give Me A Pound Of Lentils,” Supportico Lopez, Berlin, 2014.
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Ana Ofak

Los Angeles has long been pursuing the economies of pink, but it has been pursuing a phantom. Pink is a non-existent wavelength of light. We cannot perceive it, but literally imagine it. Its features disclose themselves in every BPA-free bottle of pink coconut water, in Lindsay Lohan’s strawberry blonde tresses... continue reading
View of Henri Chopin’s “La Crevette Amoureuse,” Supportico Lopez, Berlin, 2013.
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Vincenzo Latronico

The traditional form of the novel, as we know it since the nineteenth century, seems oddly impervious to change. In comparison to the extraordinary evolutions undergone by art, very little has changed between today’s mainstream fiction and its Balzac, Austen, and James equivalents. Most of the novel’s purported evolutions have... continue reading

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