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DATE 5/24/2018

BACK IN STOCK! Sophie Calle: The Address Book

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BACK IN STOCK! Georgia O'Keeffe: Watercolors

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A different kind of photographer and woman: Susan Meiselas

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DATE 4/18/2018

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BACK IN STOCK! Sophie Calle: The Address Book

DATE 5/24/2018

BACK IN STOCK! Sophie Calle: The Address Book

"I found an address book on the Rue des Martyrs," Sophie Calle wrote in Libération on Tuesday, August 2, 1983. "I decided to photocopy the contents before sending it back anonymously to its owner, whose address is inscribed on the endpaper. I will contact the people whose names are noted down. I will tell them, 'I found an address book on the street by chance. Your number was in it. I'd like to meet you.' I'll ask them to tell me about the owner of the address book, whose name I'll only reveal in person, if they agree to meet me. Thus, I will get to know this man through his friends and acquaintances. I will try to discover who he is without ever meeting him, and I will try to produce a portrait of him over an undetermined length of time that will depend on the willingness of his friends to talk about him—and on the turns taken by the events. This project will be published daily in Libération. I have to turn my texts in three days before each publication. The man's name is Pierre D."

BACK IN STOCK! Georgia O'Keeffe: Watercolors

DATE 5/23/2018

BACK IN STOCK! Georgia O'Keeffe: Watercolors

In a 1916 letter to Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe wrote, “The sky was like a wonderful jewel—darkest in the center—light around the edges. I’ve always wanted to touch it—since I was a little girl—and it always seems more wonderful—I’m wanting it more. It makes me feel like such a little girl." This quotation and the 1916/17 painting "No. 22 – Special" are reproduced from Radius Books superb monograph, Georgia O'Keeffe: Watercolors.

A different kind of photographer and woman: Susan Meiselas

DATE 5/22/2018

A different kind of photographer and woman: Susan Meiselas

"Pebbles at Manhattan Beach" (from the series Prince Street Girls, 1975-1990) is reproduced from Susan Meiselas: Mediations, published by Damiani to accompany exhibitions at the Jeu de Paume in Paris and SFMOMA. Meiselas photographed her young Soho neighbors "until the girls turned into women, got married and moved away to Staten Island or New Jersey," Kristen Lubben writes. "In those pictures… Meiselas had the time to sit and observe the intimate gestural language between women, and mine it for meaning. She was observing girls becoming women and women striving for self-determination, while also in her own process of transforming into a different kind of photographer and woman."

DATE 5/21/2018

Agnes Martin

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Ruth Asawa

DATE 4/10/2018

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