Joe Goode, Milk Bottle Painting 111, 2012, acrylic on archival board,
48 x 48 inches. Courtesy Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.
Marc Swanson, Inclinations, installation view, 2017.
Courtesy Inman Gallery, Houston.
Hung Liu, Fetching Water III, oil on canvas, 80 x 96 inches.
Courtesy Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco.
Jim Dine, Oslo, Midsummer with E., 2016, acrylic and sand on linen,
59 ¼ x 79 ⅛ inches. Courtesy Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago.
Jennifer Wen Ma, Eight Views of Paradise Interrupted (detail), 2017,
Chinese ink and paint on acrylic glass. Courtesy Sandra Gering Inc., New York.
Karen Knorr, Durga’s Mount, Junha Mahal, Dungarpur, 2012, archival pigment print,
Artist Proof after an edition of 5. Courtesy Danziger Gallery, New York.
Xie Xiaoze, Through Fire (Books that Survived the Anti-Japanese War of Resistance at Tsinghua University, No.2),
2017, oil on linen. Courtesy Chambers Fine Art, New York.
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