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RETO PULFER

RETO PULFER

Zustandskatalog: Catalog of States and Conditions

Reto Pulfer & Nikola Dietrich (Eds.)

Berlin-based Swiss artist Reto Pulfer’s (b.

BLAKE RAYNE

BLAKE RAYNE

Tense and Spaced Out
Polar Nights, Glacial Chaos and the Ecology of Misery

Katherine Pickard & Tim Saltarelli (Eds.)

American artist Blake Rayne’s (b.

RED HORIZON

RED HORIZON

Contemporary Art and Photography
in the USSR and Russia, 1960–2010

Drew Sawyer & Tyler Cann (Eds.)

Timed to coincide with the centennial of the Russian Revolution, Red Horizon—a survey of art made shortly after Joseph Stalin’s death in 1953 and the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and beyond—chronicles how artists represented the growing gap between government-sanctioned orthodoxies and life in the USSR and Russia.

PETER SAUL

PETER SAUL

Martina Weinhart (Ed.)

Long before “Bad Painting” became a central concern of contemporary art, San Francisco–born painter Peter Saul (b.