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Gregory Euclide

Gregory Euclide’s work has been featured at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and elsewhere. Euclide’s work has been reviewed and featured in publications such as McSweeney’s, Art News, Sculpture, Art Ltd., Hi Fructose, and Juxtapoz, and his work is also featured on the Bon Iver’s 2012 Grammy Award-winning album cover. 


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Beyond Empire’s Grip

Winter 2017 | Articles

By the time the train approached the station, night had fallen. Sarah Wilcox gathered her bags and descended the stairs to the luggage rack. Her husband, Ethan Hughes, helped slide an unwieldy cardboard box toward the door. The steel floor rocked beneath her shoes. The conductor’s voice crackled over the loudspeaker: “This is not a smoking stop, folks. Unless this is your final destination, please stay on board the train. The next smoking stop will be Kansas City.” Sarah peered out the window but saw only her reflection. She turned to the woman beside her.

“Are you from here?”

The woman said she was.

“Can you see the stars here?”

“Oh, yes,” said the woman. “They’re beautiful.”