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Brandon Anschultz, Suddenly Last Summer (detail), 2014. Paint, wood, oil, and mirror. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Gina Grafos.

Carlie Trosclair, fissure (detail), 2014. Wallpaper, drywall, salvaged 2x4s, and house paint, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist. Photo: Gina Grafos.

Greg and I, 2012. Cotton, silk, and wool on raw belgian linen, 9 x 18 inches. Courtesy the artist.

Katharina Fritsch, 3. Postkarte (Käfer) / Postcard 3 (Beetle), 2009. Oil-based ink and acrylic on plastic panel. 110 1/4 x 75 1/2 inches. Courtesy the artist. © Katharina Fritsch / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn / Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery.

Brenna Youngblood, Flourless Bread Slice #1 & #2, 2012. Acrylic, spray-paint, and paper on panel, 48 x 34 inches each. Collection of Heidi and Greg Hodes, Los Angeles. Courtesy the artist and Honor Fraser, Los Angeles. Photo: Joshua White/JWPictures.com.

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