X-TRA 
Volume 18, number 1
Fall 2015

X-TRA, Los Angeles / USA

September 17, 2015

X-TRA 
Volume 18, number 1
Fall 2015

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The fall issue of X-TRA is here.
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Nizan Shaked walks us through confrontations and contradictions in William Pope.L: Trinket at the Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. 

Susanna Newbury looks at Renée Green‘s exhibition Begin Again, Begin Again at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House.

Jon Leaver contemplates Édouard Manet‘s painting The Railway and Foucault in his feature “The Spectacle of Thought.”

Travis Diehl trails the mysteries of Goldin+Senneby through the novel, Headless, by K.D., published by Sternberg Press.

In “Destroy Your Idols,” Wendy M.K. Shaw thinks about the value of objects in our current global and cultural climate through the acts and videos of the ISIS.

Anuradha Vikram on the futuristic compassion of Nam June Paik: Becoming Human at the Asia Society.

Kate Wolf‘s“Heart, Soul, Mind, Cunt” reviews the book You Who Read Me With Passion Now Must Forever Be My Friends, the works of Dorothy Iannone, published by Siglio Press.

Bettina Hubby‘s collages of domestic materials join with text by David Hull in Everything Irreversible, Anything Diaphanous, the commissioned Artist’s Project in the issue.

The first installment of Bud Almond‘sgraphic series “Art Damaged.”

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