Sean Landers:
North American Mammals

Sean Landers’s newest body of work depicts a layered story of mortality, artistic legacy, and the posterity of art. Since the 1990s Landers has produced a diverse body of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and videos that, regardless of form or style, bares the artist to the world. From stream-of-consciousness text paintings, videos, and a novel to representational narrative paintings to his abstracted and fragmented text works, Landers has used the relationship between verbal and visual language to strip the sacrosanct myths associated with art and artist while simultaneously constructing new ones in his own likeness. This exhibition continues the practice of...

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James Ensor: The Temptation of Saint Anthony

This engaging volume describes the creation and restoration of the extraordinary large-scale drawing The Temptation of Saint Anthony—a work by late 19th-century Belgian artist James Ensor (1860–1949)—on the occasion of its first public showing in more than 60 years. - The Art Institute of Chicago:...

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Paul Simon: Words & Music

I grew up singing along with Paul Simon's music, both when he was a member of Simon & Garfunkel and when he was a solo artist. I'm still humming along today. His words tell the story of my generation and have become timeless. The Boxer has always been on my playlist, both when it was on cassette tape and streamed, I listen to Slip Sliding' Away when I ski(it keeps me calm), and listening to Simon and Lady Smith Black Mambazo sing, Diamonds on the Souls of Her Shoes always transforms my mood to happy. This exhibition catalogue...

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