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Exhibition Review: Catherine Yass

March 17, 2012


All the world’s a stage. In Lighthouse, the captivating twelve-minute film by British artist Catherine Yass on view at Galerie Lelong, the fact that the subject of the work looks very much like a stage does not inhibit the metaphor. A mesmerizing portrait of one of the millions of purely functional places that make our […]

Essay: The Blue Horse

March 13, 2012


The Chinatown bus that takes me frequently back and forth from New York to Boston uses Route 84 through Connecticut, a highway that at times feels little better than I-95, its neighbor to the east, yet like all long roads still offers its own take on the landscape. Of chief interest to me is a […]