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March 2023

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Les Règles De L’art

Les Règles De L’art, a drawing by Lucile Gauvain, whose work is on view this month at HOFA Gallery (House of Fine Art), in London.
© The artist. Courtesy Hofa Gallery (House of Fine Art)

“185 West Main Street, Webster, NY”

“185 West Main Street, Webster, NY,” a photograph by Eric T. Kunsman, from his series Felicific Calculus: Technology as a Social Marker of Race, Class, & Economics in Rochester, NY. Kunsman’s work is on view this month at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, in Providence.
© The artist

“RJC Sudsville Laundry”

“RJC Sudsville Laundry,” a photograph by Eric T. Kunsman, from his series Felicific Calculus: Technology as a Social Marker of Race, Class, & Economics in Rochester, NY. Kunsman’s work is on view this month at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, in Providence.
© The artist

“AB Convenient Market”

“AB Convenient Market,” a photograph by Eric T. Kunsman, from his series Felicific Calculus: Technology as a Social Marker of Race, Class, & Economics in Rochester, NY. Kunsman’s work is on view this month at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, in Providence.
© The artist

“Hamlin Beach State Park”

“Hamlin Beach State Park,” a photograph by Eric T. Kunsman, from his series Felicific Calculus: Technology as a Social Marker of Race, Class, & Economics in Rochester, NY. Kunsman’s work is on view this month at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, in Providence.
© The artist

Conceptual Artist #7 (A Warhol enthusiast, his 26th studio mate completes the story)

Conceptual Artist #7 (A Warhol enthusiast, his 26th studio mate completes the story), a mixed-media diptych by Hernan Bas, whose book The Conceptualists was published last year by Victoria Miro. Bas’s work will be on view in May at Lehmann Maupin, in New York City.
© and courtesy the artist. Courtesy Victoria Miro, London

The Photographer

The Photographer, 2000, a mixed-media artwork by Kimowan Metchewais, whose monograph A Kind of Prayer was published in January by Aperture. Metchewais’s work is on view this month as part of the exhibition Native America: In Translation at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Courtesy Laena Wilder