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Jules Smith, “Charles Bernstein’s Aesthetic Probe,” TLS, Sept. 2, 2016 Australian Book Review, John Hawke, “Making Strange: An Instructive Introduction to Bernstein’s Energetic Advocacy,” Oct. 2016 Choice,Highly Recommended, Jan. 2017 Art in America, March 2017 Tim Dean, ALH Online Review, Series X, April 2017 Douglas Messerli, Hyperallergic (April 9, 1017) J Read more↗

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