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New York artist Julia Weist applies her library science training to projects ranging from a â??lost wordâ? internet search to artistic interventions in Cubaâ??s weekly trade in preprogrammed hard drives.

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Bricks, boots, chastity belts and a gigantic male rump are among the items that British sculptor and installation artists Anthea Hamilton employs to satirize consumer culture.

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Paul Pescador

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Jacolby Satterwhite.

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Sergei Tcherepnin

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Working as an itinerant research team, these Ramallah-born artists present an immersive, ongoing archival project on banditry.

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In Chicago-based artist David Leggettâ??s cartoonish paintings, the joke is often on racist America.

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In sculptural installations mixing old and new materials, jarring scale discrepancies, and enigmatic visual references, Brooklyn-based Andrew Ross slyly parodies our “post-fact” condition.

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Health care as an interpersonal experience is the focus of Philadelphia-based installation and performance artist Carolyn Lazard, cofounder of the socially engaged art collective Canaries.

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The work of Boru O’Brien O’Connell.

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Marie Karlberg

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Jumana Manna

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Julia Rommel.

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Patricia Fernández.

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In new silkscreen paintings, the New York artist riffs on Daniel Buren and Martin Kippenberger.

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Animated novelty items, self-conscious cartoon characters and synthesized speech all contribute to this young, theory-savvy artist’s wry videos.

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Mexican-born painter Aliza Nisenbaum has recently produced a quietly unsettling series of small, incisive portraits of U.S. immigrants.

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The New York artist probes everyday “deathfulness” in videos that incorporate found footage and intentionally disrupted imagery.

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In her whimsical grisaille drawings, young L.A. artist Milano Chow celebrates the history of ornamental design and object display.

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Combining sculpture, video, audio and live performance, L.A. artist Todd McQuade explores human vulnerability, both physical and psychological.

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Combining sculpture, video, audio and live performance, L.A. artist Todd McQuade explores human vulnerability, both physical and psychological.

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Ubiquitous change and deterioration in both materials and spaces fascinate the thirty-four-year-old, New Orleansâ??born artist Zarouhie Abdalian, who is currently showing a selection of her altered objects in New York.

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In photography, film, and sculpture, Los Angeles artist Daniel R. Small explores the murky realm between history and fable, myth and fact.

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LA-based poet and artist Jibade-Khalil Huffmanâ??whose installation Stanza, enlivened by video and colored-light projections, is currently on view at the Studio Museum in Harlemâ??explores the subtle links between imagery, language, and personal identity.