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In one of the new rabbit holes created by the lockdown, I stumbled upon the excellent series of videos made by Corey D’Augustine of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, where he makes pictures while following the painting processes of different artists from the canon of modern Western art. Among the thick-pigmented, turbo-elbowed methods of various male masters of the 20th century, D’Augustine spends one video examining the way American painter Agnes Martin created her body of work. It’s only when

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