Volume 21, number 2
In the issue:
A Clear-Eyed Sense of the World: In Conversation with Paul Chaat Smith
by Candice Lin
Asher Hartman: Sorry, Atlantis: Eden’s Achin’ Organ Seeks Revenge
by Rossen Ventzislavov
Cally Spooner: DRAG DRAG SOLO
by Sabrina Tarasoff
by ektor garcia
Rothko Chapel and Ellsworth Kelly’s Austin
by Ellen Birrell
Stress and Jest: A Conversation with Janiva Ellis
by Laura Brown
Ringier AG and Their Artists: The Synergy of Subversion
by Travis Diehl
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