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by Rachael M. Wilson

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The Past is Always a Step Ahead

I tend to talk a lot when I get excited. I often get excited when looking at art. This makes me not always the best of museum- or gallery-going companions, as sometimes I get to talking without really realizing other

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The Past is Always a Step Ahead

I tend to talk a lot when I get excited. I often get excited when looking at art. This makes me not always the best of museum- or gallery-going companions, as sometimes I get to talking without really realizing other

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“beneficial to business men”

“The non-objective picture is far superior to all others in its influential potentiality, educational power, and spiritual value to humanity… It stimulates intuition and trains the acquisition of spiritual balance and order… The contemplation of a non-objective picture offers a

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“beneficial to business men”

“The non-objective picture is far superior to all others in its influential potentiality, educational power, and spiritual value to humanity… It stimulates intuition and trains the acquisition of spiritual balance and order… The contemplation of a non-objective picture offers a

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Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part III

Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part III With over 50 works or installations scattered through Karlsaue park, it was possible, in the single afternoon I spent roaming the grounds, to visit only a fraction of these. Impressed as I was by

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Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part III

Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part III With over 50 works or installations scattered through Karlsaue park, it was possible, in the single afternoon I spent roaming the grounds, to visit only a fraction of these. Impressed as I was by

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Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part II

Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part II 9:30 Saturday morning, after a much-needed cup of coffee, I took the tram to the middle of town and started to head for the Neue Galerie. Over coffee, I’d discussed my plans for the

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Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part II

Document for dOCUMENTA (13), Part II 9:30 Saturday morning, after a much-needed cup of coffee, I took the tram to the middle of town and started to head for the Neue Galerie. Over coffee, I’d discussed my plans for the

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Ben Lipkin’s “Bubble Entendre”

Images from Benjamin Lipkin’s “Bubble Entendre” at Place, a gallery in Portland, Oregon. (15th Sept. — 13th Oct.) Guest curator, Rachael Wilson. http://www.placepdx.com/ Photography by Ryan M. Wilson, http://rmwilsonphotography.com Special thanks to Place director, Gabe Flores.

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Ben Lipkin’s “Bubble Entendre”

Images from Benjamin Lipkin’s “Bubble Entendre” at Place, a gallery in Portland, Oregon. (15th Sept. — 13th Oct.) Guest curator, Rachael Wilson. http://www.placepdx.com/ Photography by Ryan M. Wilson, http://rmwilsonphotography.com Special thanks to Place director, Gabe Flores.

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Document for dOCUMENTA, Part 1*

Two days at dOCUMENTA (13) felt like an infinitely brief but massively dense instant. On the train ride from Berlin, I wound up like a spring; when I hit the Wilhemshöhe Bahnhof at 1pm on Friday, I started running. This,

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Document for dOCUMENTA, Part 1*

Two days at dOCUMENTA (13) felt like an infinitely brief but massively dense instant. On the train ride from Berlin, I wound up like a spring; when I hit the Wilhemshöhe Bahnhof at 1pm on Friday, I started running. This,

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Bubble Entendre

Bubble Entendre is work by Benjamin Lipkin, curated by Rachael Wilson at Place, a gallery in Portland, Oregon. The show opens Saturday, September 15th and closes the 15th of October, 2012. The following is from the artist’s statement for the

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Bubble Entendre

Bubble Entendre is work by Benjamin Lipkin, curated by Rachael Wilson at Place, a gallery in Portland, Oregon. The show opens Saturday, September 15th and closes the 15th of October, 2012. The following is from the artist’s statement for the