140 MILES EAST OF LA
Standing at the edge of the desert Freedman asks Fitzpatrick if he remembered the camera. He nods. As gallerists, they bury a suitcase filled with artwork.
Marlie Mul, perched on a stool at Besenkammer, gives advice on pouring resin. Hannah Weinberger, at Elaine, sends out a mass email about the Sadie Benning screening. Matthew Lutz-Kinoy exits a cab holding an Ikea bag filled with painted bathrobes. Leaning on the doorframe in Tobi’s living room, Jean-Michel Wicker describes his book release at APNews. Claus Rasmussen spills a Pilsner Urquell gesturing how to tailor a suit. Nhu Duong, standing in Hauptbahnhof, adjusts a silver dress on Juliette for a photograph. Mathis Altmann picks up DJ Rashad from the airport and brings him to Longstreet Bar.
Renovating the gallery. Sean asks Skye for the circular saw. Alex and Robbie enter carrying the suitcase, covered in dirt. Dropping to the floor, they begin to unpack.
– Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff