From Ghost Stories, by Sarah Maxwell.
From Hanif Abdurraqib’s They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us. The demand is simple: no one gets to speak the name of my city without first knowing it as I have. The interior of the land is always layered. Yes, sometimes with blood, but sometimes with bodies marching, with bodies moving, with bodies flooded […]
Lewis Miller, photos via Gothamist/Instagram.
By Francis Vallejo.
By Frank Moth (portfolio).
From Jialung Deng‘s A Silent Room.
Marfa from The Brothers McLeod on Vimeo.
Suzanne Moxhay, from Interiors.
Extrapolate from Johan Rijpma.
Two different snakes, from Lauren Napolitano.
From Alexander Reben’s all prior art (see also: all the claims).
Annie Baillargeon, from the (unsettling) collection, Les natures mortes.
By Ilya Milstein — I love his detail and his titles. In order: “A Library by the Tyrrhenian Sea,” “The Minimalist,” and “On Exactitude in Science.”
Instructions from Nicole He‘s The Best Art computer (human outputs available here).
From ruby onyinyechi amanze via Wayétu Moore in the Paris Review. She also has a beautiful artist’s statement.