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HELEN PASHGIAN with Michael Straus

“So the basic question is: Why am I interested in things that either have no edges, or have images that appear, distort, and disappear? It perhaps has to do with the ephemeral quality of life.”

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CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI with Alexis Dahan

“I want to create legends and mythology.”

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THOMAS KOVACHEVICH with Raymond Foye

“I’m exploring the world at large and my interior dialogues at the same time.”

In Conversation

Y.Z. KAMI with Francesca Pietropaolo

“The surface is the main thing and I believe that a painter has to invent their own surface.”

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BERNAR VENET with Robert C. Morgan

“I think an artist should never have a sense of a work before they start to make it art. We have to be adventurous and just try, allowing our personality to take over.”

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ELEANOR HEARTNEY with Barbara Rose

“The word Apocalypse itself means unveiling—it’s about revealing the hidden meanings of history. And we want history to have a meaning.”

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The Brooklyn Rail

FEB 2020

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