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  • The Exquisite Book is a project based on the Surrealist game called the Exquisite

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  • The Exquisite Book is a project based on the Surrealist game called the Exquisite

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  • A recent college graduate, she's just just curated a charming show at Fulton Street Collective titled Exquisite Corpse.

    Paul Klein: Art: Preseason

  • A recent college graduate, she's just just curated a charming show at Fulton Street Collective titled Exquisite Corpse.

    Paul Klein: Art: Preseason

  • A recent college graduate, she's just just curated a charming show at Fulton Street Collective titled Exquisite Corpse.

    Paul Klein: Art: Preseason

  • I took part in another one last year called Exquisite Corpse.

    The Vampire Flick - the story so far.

  • In my occasional moments of spare time I've been reading and savoring Laird Hunt's new novel, The Exquisite, which is bizarre and complex and beautiful and an awful lot of fun so far I'm 60 pages in.

    Exquisite

  • First off, then, I should say that The Exquisite is a book that held my attention at a time when many other things were vying for it.

    The Exquisite

  • The Exquisite is a book built from books -- it is always endearingly artificial, pulling in items from many pages past, especially W.G. Sebald's The Rings of Saturn, a very different book, but one that finds so much of its topography reconfigured here, revisited, re-viewed, like Shakespeare performed by Groucho Marx and Lauren Bacall.

    The Exquisite

  • In my occasional moments of spare time I've been reading and savoring Laird Hunt's new novel, The Exquisite, which is bizarre and complex and beautiful and an awful lot of fun so far I'm 60 pages in.

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