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Saya Woolfalk‘s Hallucinatory Chimeras: The Empathics

Multi-faceted artist Saya Woolfalk is burning hallucinatory fires up and down both coasts the beginning of 2013, with dual shows in NYC and Portland. Three-dimensional or two-dimensional, still structure or moving image, Woolfalk navigates it all like a Play-Doh wizard gone haywire or a visionary artist on acid. Her latest solo show, Chimera, is a...Read...
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a salute to wayne levin.

Wayne Levin’s underwater photography makes my mouth water. I only just found him, though he’s been shooting since the ’70s, and I don’t know if it’s his eye or his guts that floor me more. Whales dance like they’re fxcking weightless. Sting rays hover like silk. A billion sharks swim to greet the frame; they...Read...
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