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  1. Dibbets work is beautiful, but some of the later stuff doesn’t excite me as much as the much earlier experiments. Perhaps it’s because of the unevenness, the space of mistakes, the grain of black and white film documentation that the earlier work sits better in my mind, or perhaps it’s the color of the post-60s itself, hues and tones that generally fall away from my palette. However, R Fuchs’s writing is always really engaging to read, so as a catalog it’s very successful.

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