One balmy afternoon this summer, the artist Petah Coyne was standing inside her sprawling studio in West New York, across the Hudson River in New Jersey, surveying some of her recent sculptures. “It’s like characters when you write—they start doing their own thing,” she said, of the works. “You just have to go with them.” Read More

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