This October in Artforum
Lauren O'Neill-Butler on the art of Agnes Denes
, Barry Schwabsky
on Jean Dubuffet
, and Jace Clayton on Christian Marclay
. Plus, 4 artists and critics consider the legacy of Douglas Crimp, Amy Taubin on Steven Soderbergh's The Laundromat
, exhibition reviews from Paris, Zurich, Basel, Vilnius, and much more.
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