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Issue 09

The End: Soulful Shapes

Gee’s Bend, a tiny town nestled into the Alabama River and almost completely populated by the descendents of slaves, has a thriving tradition of making some of the most stunning, remarkable quilts around. The striking patterns and bold use of color blur the boundaries between folk and contemporary art.

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Issue 07

The End: Maximum Definition

A new generation of HD cameras lets you see the world at 1,000 frames per second

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Issue 05

Public Artist: Olafur Eliasson

From museums to the Brooklyn Bridge, Olafur Eliasson’s art will be everywhere in New York this summer.

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Issue 03

Still Lives

Teenagers are often limited by social stereotypes. But photographer Dawoud Bey sees them as misunderstood.

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Issue 02

Mixing Media at the Whitney Biennial

The Whitney Biennial examines trends—like the use of humble materials and a focus on local subjects—to outline the state of contemporary American art.

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