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Art in the Airport

Tyler Meier and Joyelle McSweeney open up the terminals, concourses, and gates of two American airports, where Lichtenstein and Smithson loom large.

Splendid Derelicts

Poet Anna Journey follows “a kind of Elysian Ur-tricycle” through Catedral vegetal, Mexican Surrealist Remedios Varo’s sepiascape, finding the place where canopies establish, fracture, and slip for the willing traveler.

Everything in Motion at Once

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Painter Roger White corresponds with us about beauty, detachment, the Brita filter, and all that can’t be distilled about painting.

Notes on Aura Portraits

Anna Von Mertens walks us through her hand-dyed and stitched interpretations of the Mona Lisa, Caravaggio’s Bacchus, Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe, and others guided by the principles of aura photography.

Marcela Silva’s Galactic Objects

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Artist Marcela Silva corresponds with At Length about sculpting and painting her “celestial peculiarities,” and discovering the “profoundly huge expanse” of both science and art.

A Correspondence with James Kao

Painter James Kao talks with Elaine Bleakney about light, language, Balthus, and clouds — and shares a gallery of his work in the first of our series of correspondences with artists.