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CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine September 2011

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In this issue of CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine, Heidi Neilson maps, itemizes, cross-references, reenacts, and documents; Paul Tecklenberg makes art in the dark with his hands-on photograms; Sarah Bodman delves into the books that keep her coming back for more and Omar Olivera tantalizes with combinable text. September's catalog insert takes a look at how we look at color with the artwork of Gallery II exhibition, Now You See It...Color and the Mind’s Eye along with Kirsten Hoving's analysis of selective focus, John Haber's broad take on the artist's crises of color and Peter Thomashow's complex and vexing interpretations of light.

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