Issue 17

Issue 17

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History is a funny thing. Past events stack onto each other, like pages in a book, deeply embedding truths and ingraining biases and beliefs. The past haunts in the present, looming over and measuring us; as artists, we often hear the mantra “it’s all been done before.” (Fears of being tropey or derivative run deep.) But looking to history can also provide context, clarity, and discovery, offering pathways forward within the particularities of our current moment.

Across this issue, we balance the present with the past, charting similarities, differences, missteps, and complications.

–Lindsay Preston Zappas, Founder & Editor-in-Chief

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Green-Chip
David Hammons at Hauser & Wirth
–Travis Diehl

Whatever Gets You Through the Night
The Artists of Dilexi and Wartime Trauma
–Jonathan Griffin

Generous Collectors
How the Grinsteins Supported Artists
–Catherine Wagley

Interview with Donna Huanca
–Lindsay Preston Zappas

Working Artist
Featuring: Ragen Moss,
Justen LeRoy & Bari Ziperstein
–Lindsay Preston Zappas
& Jeff McLane

Reviews

Sarah Lucas
at the Hammer Museum
–Yxta Maya Murray

George Herms and Terence Koh
at Morán Morán
–Matt Stromberg

Hanna Hur
at Bel Ami
–Michael Wright

Sebastian Hernandez
at NAVEL
–Julie Weitz

(L.A. in N.Y.)
Alex Israel
at Greene Naftali
–Rosa Tyhurst