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Shirley Samuels Oct 16
We were so lucky today to have show up to speak with alert & engaged students and
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gallery gurls 9 Oct 13
Mysticism, alchemy, nature, and the black female form all come together at 's opening tonight
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MOCA Jun 8
is a Kenyan-born, New York-based artist who works almost exclusively on paper. Often her works are tied together by meta-narratives, and the theme of female beauty has become a major preoccupation.
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Jasbir K Puar Oct 6
I love them all but Mutu's figural becomings, ungenderings, bodyminds reimagined, and transformations of color slay me.
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The Met Aug 30
For the first time ever, sculptures will be featured in the niches on the facade of The Met Fifth Avenue, as part of a new annual artist commission series. Join us on September 9 to hear from the inaugural artist . Get tix:
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JiaJia Fei 费嘉菁 24 Feb 17
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Tamar-kali 18 Oct 13
After party antics w & 's exhibit - Beyond Brilliant
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OkayAfrica 10 Feb 14
Fantastic interview this AM w/ mutustudio about her show brooklynmuseum A Fantastic…
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OkayAfrica 4 Nov 14
Watch 's disturbing new experimental short film, 'Nguva,' via :
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Tempestt Hazel 28 Sep 17
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NasherMuseum 4 Mar 14
Perfect read. HUGE, illuminating article with and for
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win 31 Aug 14
shot of from "The End of eating Everything"
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MassArt 25 May 18
"Be the boss of your inner most eccentric self" -
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Pace Gallery 12 Jul 16
discusses the chaos and beauty of protest behind "Throw," 2016. via
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Kensal Review 15 Oct 14
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EDWARD NAHEM 16 Oct 14
Taking a bite out of 's opening last night in London.
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Jennifer Wingate Sep 8
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SHOW ON SHOW 19 Jan 18
Opening this weekend : "A Promise to Communicate" presents a project by Kenyan artist , whose "world map" created from rough grey rescue blankets creates a space for the examination of communication & free speech
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Amel Larrieux 5 Feb 14
Wangechi Mutu is telling our story sisters:the 1 that has happened and 1 that hasn't happened yet
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SHOW ON SHOW 8 Mar 18
Currently showing , Kenyan artist 's installation "A Promise to Communicate" uses humanitarian aid rescue blankets in a re-imagined world map & invites visitors to explore ideas of communication and free speech
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