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Photographs by Albarrán Cabrera, from The World’s First Photobook Was Blue, which was published last year by Ira Stehmann, IBASHO, and the(M) éditions. The artists’ work will be on view…

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“Bodega, East 110 Street, NYC” and “Vila’s Barber Shop, NYC,” photographs by Roger Cabán from the exhibition En Foco: TheNew York Puerto Rican Experience, 1973–74 © The artist. Courtesy the…

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Left and right: Big Bang and Untitled (24″ Gong), by Milford Graves. Center: Love Inspiration, by Lois Graves. The works (acrylic on wind gongs) were on view last summer at…

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Who loves the sun, a mixed-media artwork by Marcel Dzama, whose work is on view at Sara Hildén Art Museum, in Tampere, Finland © The artist. Courtesy the artist and…

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“Parcel,” “Christmas Tree Topper,” and “Father Christmas Mask,” photographs by Martti Jämsä from the Objets trouvés series. Jämsä’s work is on view at Photographic Gallery Hippolyte, in Helsinki. Courtesy the…

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Zenith (V), a cyanotype by Ala Ebtekar, whose work was on view last month at Haines Gallery, in San Francisco. Courtesy the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco Researchers identified…

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Photographs by Thirza Schaap from the monograph Plastic Ocean, which was published in April by 1605 Publishers © The artist. Courtesy Bildhalle, Zurich and Amsterdam Climate change will benefit rattlesnakes.…

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“Tulle no. 23” and “Tulle no. 18,” photographs by Thomas Jackson, from the series Point Reyes National Seashore, California, 2020. Jackson’s work was on view in June at Jackson Fine…

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Giant Meddlers, a painting by Jessie Makinson, whose work will be on view in September at the Armory Show,in New York City © The artist. Courtesy Lyles & King, New…

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