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September 2022

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Eye of Fire I—Topographies of Fragility

Eye of Fire I—Topographies of Fragility, a photographic collage by Ingrid Weyland, whose work is on view this month at York Art Gallery, in England.
© The artist. Courtesy Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

Threshold and Eternal

Threshold and Eternal, paintings by Danielle Mckinney, whose work will be on view next month at Marianne Boesky Gallery, in New York City.
© The artist. Courtesy Marianne Boesky Gallery, Aspen/New York City, and Night Gallery, Los Angeles

“Ritual del Niño Fidencio, Espinazo, México, 2000”; “Jardín Botánico de Oaxaca, México, 1998–1999” (detail); “Ofrenda a Francisco Toledo, Oaxaca, México, 2019”; and “Saguaro, Desierto de Sonora, México, 1979”

Clockwise from top left: “Ritual del Niño Fidencio, Espinazo, México, 2000”; “Jardín Botánico de Oaxaca, México, 1998–1999” (detail); “Ofrenda a Francisco Toledo, Oaxaca, México, 2019”; and “Saguaro, Desierto de Sonora, México, 1979,” photographs by Graciela Iturbide, whose work was on view in May at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, in Paris.
© The artist. Courtesy Patricia Conde Galería, Mexico City

“La butte”

“La butte,” a photograph by Mohamed Bourouissa, whose book Périphérique was published last year by Loose Joints. Bourouissa’s work was on view last month at the Ludwig Múzeum, in Budapest.
© The artist. Courtesy Loose Joints

Sing a song my little Kiskadee

Sing a song my little Kiskadee, a mixed-media artwork by Simonette Quamina, whose work was on view in May at Praxis Gallery, in New York City.
© The artist