Tess Jaray, detail of Nine Thorns (2016).

Tess Jaray

Installation view (detail): “Andrew Raftery: Autobiography of a Garden,” Ryan Lee Gallery, New York, 2016. Courtesy of RYAN LEE, New York.

From Tabletop to Eternity: Andrew Raftery’s Plates

Ross Bleckner, detail of September 23rd bis (variant 4) (2016).

Ross Bleckner

Mickalene Thomas, detail of Interior: Fireplace with Blackbird (2016).

Mickalene Thomas

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    Brian Belott, Pirate Ship (2017).

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