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  The narcissus, to which Kore, struck by its wonder, was drawn; and with her two hands desired to pluck, in that moment it is said that the earth opened and that up from the depths Hades came in his chariot and setting to his horses took Kore away. – Papyrus Barolinensis 44 quoted in […]

My copy of January’s Artforum arrived yesterday and its cover compounded my disappointment that I’ll not be able to see Kerry James Marshall’s exhibition Mastry at the Met in the flesh. I was, however, lucky enough to be living in Madrid when Kerry James Marshall: painting and other stuff was on display at the Palacio […]