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Art In America Magazine : April 2022

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Art in America, the world’s premier art magazine, delivers in-depth coverage of the global contemporary art scene. Published 11 times per year, every issue contains profiles on respected and rising talents, critical essays and reviews of current exhibitions around the world, written by today’s leading artists, curators and historians.
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    The cover of our April 2022 issue, featuring Meret Oppenheim’s Mask with Tongue Sticking Out, undated, wire mesh, plastic, and velvet. FIRST LOOK Jacky Connolly by Josie Thaddeus-Johns An interplay of real versus virtual experience pervades the work of this Upstate New York–based artist. SIGHTLINES Cecilia Alemani, artistic director of the Venice Biennale, shares five current interests. THE EXCHANGE Cross Contamination by Maru García with Max Liboiron A chemist-turned-artist and an artist-turned-scientist discuss pollution, decolonization, and biological remedies. ONE WORK David Ebony on Raymond Saunders’s Beauty in Darkness, 1993–99 An enormous collage-painting evokes segregation’s random horrors and small daily humiliations. HARD TRUTHS by Chen and Lampert Artist-curators Howie Chen and Andrew Lampert offer tongue-in-cheek takes on art world dilemmas. CRITICAL EYE The Asphalt Avant-Garde by Jackson Arn Viewing the US highway system as a gigantic work of art. BOOKS Zoé Samudzi on Bénédicte Savoy’s Africa’s Struggle for Its Art: History of a Postcolonial Defeat. HANDS ON Q&A with Anika Tabachnick, creative aging programs associate at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. FEATURES SURREALISM AND POLITICS by Ara H. Merjian A love-hate relationship played out between Surrealist dreamers and the radical Left. WHAT WAS SURREALISM? by Rachel Wetzler Globalizing the movement’s history leaves its fundamental nature in doubt. NEW IMPRESSIONS OF THE HUMAN by Lucy Ives Eccentric multimillionaire writer Raymond Roussel helped lay the groundwork for Surrealism’s psychological fantasias. X=HARE by Emily Watlington Meret Oppenheim’s fiercely independent, logic-defying work goes far beyond her iconic furred teacup. SURREAL THINGS by Travis Diehl Young LA artists are giving consumer items an uncanny painterly treatment. A print by Orion Martin accompanies the article. LAMBASTING REALITY by Yasmina Price Using disruptive techniques, Black filmmakers challenge the social biases “normalized” in conventional movie forms. WORD PROCESSING by Rob Horning Artificial intelligence belies the liberating promise of Surrealist automatic writing.

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