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By Margaux Williamson

"Like all my favourite paintings, those work carry out that covetous feeling. i would like to put on them, dance to them, exhibit them off as an instance of ways lifestyles feels to me: soiled, dumb, terrifying, non secular, and so funny."—Miranda July

"In a time of ironic detachment, Margaux Williamson is a painter of maximum candor, however the violence of her imaginative and prescient is lower with ask yourself and love. occasionally she remembers Phillip Guston, occasionally she's like a Pittsburgh-born van Gogh; often she jogs my memory of no one in any respect. Seeing as she sees seems like waking up."—Ben Lerner

From the artist the Toronto Star referred to as "one of the easiest artists of her generation," and whose 2010 motion picture Teenager Hamlet was once praised by means of the likes of James Franco and William Shakespeare student Stephen Greenblatt, comes a leap forward paintings for a global the place clone of a portray on one's machine is as actual because the portray putting within the gallery. Margaux Williamson has conceived of a spot that by no means existed, known as the line on the best of the area Museum, positioned within the a ways north, and populated it together with her so much finished work yet.

With essays via Chris Kraus, Leanne Shapton, David Balzer, and Mark Greif, and reproductions of 80 work, this, her first publication, transcends the boundary among the actual and the imaginary, and collapses the excellence among paintings express, museum catalog, and record of anything impressive that by no means was.

Margaux Williamson used to be born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and lives in Toronto, Ontario. She's co-author of the cultural feedback web site Back to the World.

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