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William Powhida is an artist who makes fun of the art world.
we are not scaling we are hunters in this drape called body we have / hardened our old selves pricked peeled consumed . . .
Dermali was once a tiny nation in the Balkans. It no longer exists. But its culture lives on among the Dermalian-Americans.
“And then I came in and switched places,” says Blake, “and she thought I was Chris for quite some time and—”
“Which. . .
The online right has a whole host of aesthetic quirks, among them a genuine obsession with terrible charts.
2018 proved once and for all that cruelty and stupidity make energetic bedfellows. It was the year of children in cages and. . .
The Whitney Museum's board of trustees is loaded with malefactors of great wealth.