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Gwynned Vitello & Jarrett Earnest for Juxtapoz Magazine
Gwynned Vitello Jarrett Earnest for Juxtapoz Magazine

WHAT A DUMP: A Conversation about Ray Johnson and His Exhibition @ David Zwirner

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David Graver for Cool Hunting
David Graver for Cool Hunting

DAVID ZWIRNER EXPLORES ARTIST RAY JOHNSON’S QUEER IDENTITY IN “WHAT A DUMP” CURATOR JARRETT EARNEST PRESENTS A NUANCED PORTRAIT OF THE OBSESSIVE MAIL ART PIONEER

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Blake Gopnik for the New York Times
Blake Gopnik for the New York Times

“Untitled (Rimbaud),” circa 1971, an example of mail art exchanged between Ray Johnson and his friends.Credit...Ray Johnson Estate

4 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now: Ray Johnson WHAT A DUMP

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Willa Beck for Office
Willa Beck for Office

NOTHNG OF THE MONTH CLUB - The last time I visited Off Paradise in Chinatown, right across from the former office office, it was a dreary autumn day. The gallery's current exhibit, NOTHNG OF THE MONTH CLUB (with the “I” purposely left out), very much reflects springtime with its playful tone and humor...

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JOSHEN MANTAI for Flaunt Magazine
JOSHEN MANTAI for Flaunt Magazine

RAY JOHNSON | 'WHAT A DUMP' AT DAVID ZWIRNER

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Taylor Dafoe for ArtNet News
Taylor Dafoe for ArtNet News

Ray Johnson, Untitled (Ray Johnson and Horseshoe Crab) (1992). Courtesy of the Morgan Library & Museum © The Ray Johnson Estate, New York.

Ray Johnson Spent the Final Years of His Life Developing an Enigmatic Photography Project. It'll Go on View Next Summer...

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Arthur Lubow for T Magazine
Arthur Lubow for T Magazine

Ray Johnson's “Untitled (Ray Johnson’s Silhouette and Wood, Stehli Beach)” (Autumn 1992). Image courtesy of the Morgan Library & Museum © The Ray Johnson Estate, New York

"An Elusive Artist's Trove of Never-Before-Seen Images" In the years leading up to his death, Ray Johnson took up photography. Now, this body of work is shedding light on his final days...

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