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The video artist, painter, sculptor and musician shares some revealing, session-based â??Recording Notesâ? in our pages.

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Photographs by the artist show four new nature-based paintings mounted outdoors at her house in Maine.

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Printmaker Jay Fishel and graphic designer Rachel Berks present six examples from an ongoing letterpress project involving 18 other L.A. artists and designers.

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Commenting on cultural memory in the digital age, Athens-based artist Angelo Plessas presents ten screenshots showing fictive monuments in Google Street View settings around the world.

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An artist and writer of many personae, former A.i.A. editor Brian O’Doherty presents several drawings based on visual codes and two pages from his current novel.

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Combining socialist manifestos by two famous radicalsâ??Auguste Blanqui and Rosa Luxemburgâ??with schematic “organization of revolt” drawings, Geyer and McElheny revisit their own 2011 Tate Modern performance, an updated call for transformative political

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Conceptual artist David Horvitz’s water-gathering voyage to the western edge of the Pacific Time Zone was recorded in photographs by himself, Avery Regen, Mia Nolting, Sam Kahn and Kent Milski.

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The German-born artist, now residing in the U.S., presents eight new monotypes featuring her signature mix of bright abstraction and playful figuration.

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Six new photographs reflecting life on the social margins.

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Known for her empathetic photographs of non-mainstream individuals, Catherine Opie here presents eight atypical, nature-centered images.

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Artist Matt Connors brings a tightly cropped, subtly erotic focus to eBay photos of men’s shorts.

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The abstract painter presents seven computer-generated “frictionless drawings” in a suite assembled for A.i.A.‘s pages.

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Mixing four works from her most recent gallery show with pictures from various publications and digital media, Sara Greenberger Rafferty offers readers a glimpse at her source images and creative process.

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Six altered photographs evoke incidentsâ??of artistic and curatorial daring, museum censorship, and cultural vandalismâ??that haunt contemporary Warsaw.

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Mixing prose, poetry, and images, the multicultural collective Postcommodity envisions the United States transformed for the better when people of color, in all their ethnic diversity, become the country’s demographic majority in 2043.

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This collaborative project takes the form of an annual report for a faux Silicon Valley firm founded by a guru/entrepreneur known as the Global Village Idiot.

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Though a founding figure of Minimalism, Frank Stella has gone on to create space-devouring, formally exuberant sculptures and paintingsâ??including several new examples digitally juxtaposed in eight images made expressly for A.i.A.‘s pages.

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The New York-based artist presents eight fragmented-image prints celebrating classic 7-inch, 45 rpm records.

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Sage-scrim images from a Performa 15 event in New York associate the United States with a giant knife.

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The abstract painter has always kept handmade sourcebooks of intriguing images. Here we sample pages from a recently released 1970 volume.

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Seven photographs, selected by Stephen Shore to reflect the technical and thematic evolution of his work over the past half century, reveal the understated emotional engagement and formal rigor that pervade his oeuvre.

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The Brooklyn-based artists recalls a recent trip to Mexico via photos and collage works that are sometimes torn or visually skewed.

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A lifelong fan of â??lowâ? British culture, artist Mark Leckey presents seven new digital photographs referencing e-commerce, ecology, gender politics, cosmic bodies, and Felix the Cat.

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The artist offers a quirky responseâ??a suite of nine staged photos heavy on hot dogs and stacked plastic forksâ??to the selection of Whitney Collection artworks that associate director John I.H. Baur presented in our pages half a century ago.