This month in Artforum: Straight-faced guinea pigs, opulent fabrics, MRI scans, and desolate landscapes: These are the subjects of Josephine Pryde’s photographs, which are as winsome as they are cruel. Critic Tom Holert illuminates the London- and Berlin-based artist’s technically dazzling lens on affect and agency, consumption and biopolitical control, on the occasion of her midcareer retrospective now on view at the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen Düsseldorf.
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