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February 2024

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Available for Parties, a painting by Kayla Witt, whose work was on view in September with Sow & Tailor at the Armory Show, in New York City.

Courtesy the artist and Sow & Tailor

“Flash! 20:49 15/6/2001,” a photograph by Michael Snow, whose work was on view in December at Jack Shainman Gallery: The School, in Kinderhook, New York.

Courtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery

“Good Luck Charms, Casa de la Esperanza, Sasabe, Sonora,” a photograph by Lisa Elmaleh, from her series Promised Land/Tierra Prometida, which was on view last month at the Tremaine Art Gallery at the Hotchkiss School, in Lakeville, Connecticut.

© The artist

“Hermanas Misioneras de la Eucaristía Nogales, Sonora, México,” a photograph by Lisa Elmaleh, from her series Promised Land/Tierra Prometida, which was on view last month at the Tremaine Art Gallery at the Hotchkiss School, in Lakeville, Connecticut.

© The artist

Die Nachtfalterin, a painting by Neo Rauch, whose work is on view this month at David Zwirner, in Hong Kong. 

© Neo Rauch/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. Courtesy the artist, Galerie Eigen + Art, Leipzig/Berlin, and David Zwirner

‘To me belongs mankind, given wholly to me. I have entered as a falcon. I have gone forth. Morning star, make a path for me so that I may enter in peace into the beautiful West. I belong to the pool of Horus. Act for me so that I may enter and I may adore Osiris, Lord of Life,’ a mixed-media artwork (monotype print, screen print, thread, and indigo-dyed linen) by Zohra Opoku, from the series The Myths of Eternal Life: Chapter IV, The Book of the Dead. Opoku’s work was on view last month as part of the exhibition A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography at the Tate Modern, in London.

Courtesy the artist and Mariane Ibrahim
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