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Walking through a major museum collection with a remarkable artist like Brice Marden is a treat worth sharin …
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Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures are not standalone pieces—they’re complete environments u …
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Issue 28

“Suddenly, There is a Question…”

As two major shows examine his work, American master painter Brice Marden reflects on what made him an artist.

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  FLYP’s editor-at-large David A. Ross, former director of the Whitney Museum of American Art an …
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  Jonathan Torgovnik on a visit to Rwanda. Photo courtesy of Aperture …
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Issue 27

Younger than Jesus

New media ingenuity is the highlight of a unique biennial exhibition for an emerging generation of artists.

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Issue 27

The End: Master of War

Josef Koudelka talks about his iconic images of the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia and why they matter in a world still at war.

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Issue 27

Ka-ching! You’re an Art Collector

Long before the art market bubble showed any signs of bursting, Clark Whittington’s Art-o-mat brought affordable art to the masses.

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  John Maeda in his office at the Rhode Island School of Design. Photo by John Hame …
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