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Weekend: Yayoi Kusama, Zac Skinner, Kent Johnson, and more

The gargoyles are gathering around the edges of the frame, hatching their schemes for a previously un
Nov 21, 2020 • View in browser
Weekend
The gargoyles are gathering around the edges of the frame, hatching their schemes for a previously unimaginable seizure of power. What seemed, only two short, liberating weeks ago, to be the end of the story, was instead the opening of yet another chapter in this squalid, cynical saga.
Jon Curley, in this weekend’s issue, calls poet Kent Johnson “not a bleeding heart but a brooding heart, a blaring heart, a red heart, the circulating red of a replenishing radicalism.” We’re going to need plenty of replenishment in the days to come.
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Yayoi Kusama’s Self-Portrait as a Young Provocateur
Zac Skinner’s Survivalist Sculptures
The Heavenly Queens of R&B
Poems About the Business of Being a Poet
Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections
Beer with a Painter: Suzan Frecon
Required Reading
From the Store
Ruler of My Destiny Tea Towel
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