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The Feminist Portal: the heterodoxical, sprawling expanse of work by women

Female artists don’t just stay in their disciplines; we experience, we forage, we play. —Eileen Myles

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“Robert Seydel: The Eye in Matter” at Queens Museum closes Sept. 27, 2015

“In Ruth’s collages, Seydel applied his combinatorial magic to debris from the street, forgotten photographs and faded scraps of paper, transforming earthly detritus into illuminated arrangements.”

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Dorothy Iannone: “To give oneself and yet to remain free.”

Natalie Dunn writes in ENTROPY: “To fully realize its idiosyncrasies and moving portrayals of the quotidian, Iannone asks us to read and consider, to break into laughter, and to give in to moments of surprise.”

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Here Comes Kitty: “No reason, but perhaps a rhyme”

Natalie Helberg writes in NUMÉRO CINQ: “Its intrigue is addictive. It is serene and cataclysmic. It is spiritual, yet sinister. It is all delinquent-joy and death-drive, and yet it is equally inexhaustible, incessantly generating”

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Suite Vénitienne: “The parallel development of two selves”

David L. Ulin writes in THE LOS ANGELES TIMES: “The point is voyeurism…but it is also, and most essentially, an inquiry into the unbridgeable distances between us, the layers, the nuances, everything we cannot know.”

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Here Comes Kitty: cosmic, buoyant and palimpsestic visions

Sean Rogers writes in TORONTO GLOBE & MAIL: “Kraft’s book is duly dreamlike and mystical, excerpting text and imagery..and collapsing them all into palimpsestic visions and portmanteau people.”

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