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Art in America 5h
Wendell Dayton’s sculptures are composed primarily of cut and welded-together pieces of stainless steel salvaged from landfills and bearing dents, evidence of previous welds, and other signs of their former lives.
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Art in America 7h
For all 's emphasis on locality, the Rust Belt, and regionalism, much of the best exhibited art resists parochialism.
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Art in America 8h
Critical Eye: Town and Country | Alexander Dumbadze on the
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Art in America 11h
Review | Lauren Deland on Elliott Hundley at
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Art in America Sep 21
Turning common objects into eye-catching behemoths, Borna Sammak highlights the treasures that exist within our cultural trash heap.
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Art in America Sep 21
"Much as his work is charged with specific responses to physical and social context, [Rindon] Johnson also seems interested in letting things happen, allowing materials to assert their own agencies."
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Art in America Sep 21
Happy Birthday, Marsha!, a film about activist and performer Marsha P. Johnson, will be screened this weekend at with a live score Read Erica Dawn Lyle's review of the film:
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Art in America Sep 21
Habitats and Humanity: Rindon Johnson’s () Playlist
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Art in America Sep 21
Review | Jennifer S. Li on Wendell Dayton at
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Art in America Sep 20
First Look | Dana Kopel () on Rindon Johnson ()
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Art in America Sep 20
Julieta Aranda’s show danced around ideas that were totally pertinent to the violent context in which it was situated, yet it refused to acknowledge that context directly.
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Art in America Sep 20
Ree Morton swaddles gallows humor in nursery colors, camouflaging pain with the evidence of a rather determined euphoria.
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Art in America Sep 20
Open Spaces is good for Kansas City, and after years of casual discussion among artists and community leaders about the need for a citywide event, I am glad to see it finally take place.
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Art in America Sep 20
Review | Ariella Wolens on Borna Sammak at JTT
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Art in America Sep 19
"Morton’s career was so short and crammed with discoveries that one tends to focus on single years or even months with an intensity usually reserved for entire decades of a longer-lived artist’s work."
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Art in America Sep 19
"Free Fall is a ruin-like installation in Swope Park by New Orleans-based Dawn DeDeaux. Its forty-eight concrete columns bear the text of John Milton’s Paradise Lost ."
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Art in America Sep 19
“Ree Morton: The Plant That Heals May Also Be Poison” is on view at the . Lisa Liebmann wrote about the artist in our January 1981 issue.
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Art in America Sep 19
Mixed Uses: Open Spaces Kansas City () by Blair Schulman
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Art in America Sep 19
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EmilyJohnsonCatalyst Sep 18
Vital perspectives —THANK YOU. This was a very difficult exhibit to walk into, though I visited the masks many times. No Yup’ik voice (save those of the masks) in the exhibit nor in curation/assemblage is shocking, isn’t it?
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