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February 2022

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“Zion Looking Through a Pair of My Binoculars in Her Grandfather Mr. Smiley’s Living Room, Newton, Mississippi”

“Zion Looking Through a Pair of My Binoculars in Her Grandfather Mr. Smiley’s Living Room, Newton, Mississippi,” a photograph by LaToya Ruby Frazier. Her monograph Flint Is Family in Three Acts will be published next month by Steidl and the Gordon Parks Foundation.
© The artist

“Quarantine Home Collection”

“Quarantine Home Collection,” a photograph by Leonard Suryajaya from the series Quarantine Blues. Suryajaya’s work will be on view in June at Fotomuseum Winterthur, in Switzerland.
© The artist

“Orangutans”

“Orangutans,” a photograph by Jim Naughten, whose work was on view in November at Grove Square Galleries, in London.
© The artist. Courtesy Grove Square Galleries, London

wherewelieawakedreamingyouarehere,amongtheruinsofadowncastheart

wherewelieawakedreamingyouarehere,amongtheruinsofadowncastheart, a painting by David Antonio Cruz, whose work was on view in December at Monique Meloche Gallery, in Chicago.
© The artist. Courtesy Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago

Give a signal

Give a signal, a Nihonga painting by Toko Izumi, whose work was on view in November at Micheko Galerie, in Munich.
© The artist. Courtesy Micheko Galerie, Munich