“Dumas matters as one of a number of now middle-age painters who dealt
with the apparent dead end of painting after modernism. … Like Richter, Dumas confronts the
problems head on by hewing, in paint, to the arbitrary givens of a
photograph; in her case, photographs that she has found or has taken
herself (usually Polaroids of people close to her).”
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