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Phyllida Barlow, most recently seen in the United States in the just-closed Carnegie International, has fulfilled a major commission for the Tate. The exhibition goes on view today and will be up through October 19. The image above is a detail from the installation, which is titled dock (2014).

Barlow was the guest for the full hour of Episode No. 109 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast. All of us here at The MAN Podcast think it’s one of our very best shows. 

Listen to or download Phyllida Barlow on The MAN Podcast on SoundCloud, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

See more images of art discussed on this week’s program.

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The art: Mitch Epstein, Gavin Coal Power Plant, Cheshire, Ohio, 2003. From the series "American Power," which Epstein made between 2003 and 2008. In 2009 he published the series in this must-own book.
The news: "Acid reflux? [Shenandoah] Valley waterways have an extra bite," by Spencer Dennis for the Staunton (Va.) News Leader. If you thought acid rain was a relic of the 1970s, think again.
The source: Tate, London. Lent by the American Fund for the Tate Gallery, courtesy of the North American Acquisitions Committee. 

The art: Mitch Epstein, Gavin Coal Power Plant, Cheshire, Ohio, 2003. From the series "American Power," which Epstein made between 2003 and 2008. In 2009 he published the series in this must-own book.

The news: "Acid reflux? [Shenandoah] Valley waterways have an extra bite," by Spencer Dennis for the Staunton (Va.) News Leader. If you thought acid rain was a relic of the 1970s, think again.

The source: Tate, London. Lent by the American Fund for the Tate Gallery, courtesy of the North American Acquisitions Committee. 

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The art: Joan Miro, The Farm, 1921-22.
The news: "Inside Polyface Farm, Mecca of Sustainable Agriculture," by Andrea Gabor for TheAtlantic.com.
The source: Collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington. On view now in "Miro," a Joan Miro survey at the Tate Modern, London.

The art: Joan Miro, The Farm, 1921-22.

The news: "Inside Polyface Farm, Mecca of Sustainable Agriculture," by Andrea Gabor for TheAtlantic.com.

The source: Collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington. On view now in "Miro," a Joan Miro survey at the Tate Modern, London.

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