Welcome to After the Art’s eleventh issue.
We hope you enjoy these four essays:
“Searching for memory in Jonathan Borofsky’s I dreamed I asked my father what the matter was and he said his tooth was bleeding and Louise Glück’s ‘Radium'” by Jessica Handler
“A Book, a Painting, a Fountain” by MaureenTeresa McCarthy
“The Man Who Breathed Art” by Karen McCall
“Sparrow Dance Spontaneity” by Stephen O’Connor
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