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Gagosian Quarterly Winter 2019
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Inside the issue, Richard Hell examines the evolution ofWools art practice, looking specifically at the artists move to Marfa, Texas, and the sculpture and photography that grew from that part-time relocation. We take a close look at recent work byTheaster Gatesand delve into the archives ofNam June Paikto explore his writings. The edition also includes features on twentieth-century modernists, with articles on Sergei Diaghilev, Curzio Malaparte, and Charlotte Perriand; an interview about art theorist Carl Einstein; and excerpts fromMan Rays autobiography. We hear from artistsHuma Bhabha,Rachel Feinstein, and Rudolf Polanszky, and are delighted to include a portfolio ofRichard Serras latest works. OurBuilding a Legacyseries continues with a conversation about the complexities inherent to posthumous editions and reproductions in sculpture and photography. This issue also includes the final installment of Mark Z. Danielewskis story Love Is Not a Flame; an homage to Grace McCann Morley; the first installment of John Elderfields two-part essay on Édouard ManetsThe Execution of Maximilianof 1868; and articles on mambo, Bob Kaufman, Jerry Schatzberg, andAndy Warhol.