2224 Kolkata: Plums Deep In Corpse Fat

“I mean corpse fat and soap, I remember the nazis doing something like that…is that why the women wash their clothes in it while the naked children, with their distended bellies, watch?”

Gerard Petrus Fieret: Interview With Diane Dufour, Le Bal

“The huge and quite exaggerated size of his signatures, the mushrooming of his stamps with the clear mention of the copyright “by G. Fieret” render apparent Fieret’s excessive need for recognition. Those are also signs of some sort of defensive strategy from a legal point of view – Fieret always felt threatened by the idea of being stolen or plagiarized”

Yoshi Kametani’s Played: Margins of Timing

“We have inherited a way of understanding events and time through images or are allowed to fashion our own prognosis of the interpretation of linear elements by looking inward and at the spaces between images…”

Wolfgang Tillmans: Faces in the Crowd

Corinne on Gloucester Place, 1993 Wolfgang Tillmans has consistently pushed back against whatever perceptions of his work seem most current. The apparition of these faces in the crowd; Petals on a wet, black bough. —Ezra Pound By Russell Ferguson, excerpt from “Faces in the Crowd” Wolfgang Tillmans has consistently pushed back against whatever perceptions of […]

Aaron Schuman: Remote Hereditary Object-hood in FOLK

“It is often confusing being an American. We are a country deeply concerned with our personal histories, yet there is something peculiar about all of this in so much as that it seems to deflect from what we actually are: American”