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Elephant’s spring issue features a special-edition Elizabeth Peyton double-cover, featuring her works Kristian (2014) and Elias (2014), to celebrate the Paper Gallery of the artist’s new work, curated by Peyton herself.
In a bumper destination feature, we delve into the bustling and diverse scene of arguably the world’s most thriving art capital in 20 Artists Who Make New York, where we find (among many others) Shirin Neshat balancing influences from Iran and the US; Hank Willis Thomas exploring the semiotics of slam-dunk; and David Salle expanding his practise to embrace the stage and screen.
In Encounters, we speak with Wilhelm Sasnal to track down the inspirations and ingredients of his labyrinthine art; ask Sterling Ruby about the “mutual anxiety” he shares with the city of Los Angeles; follow the clear lines of Parisian illustrator Floc’h to his love of make believe; and travel to Dallas to find Richard Patterson engrossed in cut-up techniques.
In Research, we ask the question: are artists rethinking pink?