On Michael Wolf
Wolf’s austere depictions of bleak modernist architecture and urban existence often break down into frank and, at times, jarring moments of intimacy.
On Vik Muniz
What’s lost may be lost, but Muniz imparts some solace: If we can preserve the image, perhaps that is enough.
On Yuji Agematsu
Every day since 1985, Agematsu has walked throughout the boroughs of New York City — and each jaunt has been diligently recorded via notebook entries, drawings and sculptures made from found objects.
On Walid Raad
By implicating actual figures in his conspiracies, fabrications and imagistic war games, Raad extends the complicated relationship that official documents have to truth.