Lainey Racah

Lainey Racah is an artist and writer living in Los Angeles. She was born and raised in Oakland, California. She has a degree in Studio Art and English from UCLA, where she was a poetry editor for the student-run literary magazine Westwind.


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Studio, Gallery, and Cloud

Lainey Racah interviews artist Devin Kenny on his practice, the internet, and his newly released record, "Alone We Play."...

Studio, Gallery, and Cloud
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