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The theft of a thumb from a 2000-yr-old statue has now become an incident of international proportions.
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Over the weekend, the annual Wearable Art show of the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (JAHC) sparked controversy over a vaguely Japanese-inspired outfit that featured silks, dragon scales, and a white model in geisha make-up.
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This work of shell craft is made of small shells found in dry river beds at the WWII Japenese internment camps in the US. It's currently on display at
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Check out 's article on two exhibitions on view at the , featuring depicting shore whaling from the 1820s to 1840s.
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Fence / Fence Books 3h
Landline, a poem by Emily Hunt (), selected by , now appearing :
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Alexis Almeida 4h
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Curator, theorist, and historian Ariella Azoulay questions the connections between the origins of modern art and the stolen artifacts lining the walls of European museums.
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Our review of the show is coming up btw 😉
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Hammer Museum 20h
Loving this one minute art history video, via :
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hyperallergic 21h
Adiós Utopia at the demonstrates ways Cuban artists have responded to their social context, all while revealing a dialogue with art happening around the world.
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Wellin Museum of Art Feb 20
Wellin exhibiting artists and included in "37 Artists Native to the Americas Weave Stories of Migration and Geography"
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The 's ninth annual fine art event takes center stage February 20-23, 2018.
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Barbara Malmet Feb 20
"For both the Queens Museum’s audience and some of its staff, the threats of discrimination and deportation are not abstractions, but very real dangers." via
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hyperallergic Feb 20
It sounds wonderful!
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hyperallergic Feb 19
“If culture can’t lead, who can?” Good question.
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Meghan "Witancræftlic == Science-based" Trainor Feb 20
“And you have this other culture, and you can’t differentiate between what’s science, what’s religion, what’s art, and what’s journalism.”
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hyperallergic Feb 20
The culmination of her residency, Rachal Bradley’s conceptual exhibition, Interlocutor, revolves around low-fi remedies to our high-fi, high-tech institutional ills.
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hyperallergic Feb 20
The Kirkenes Snowhotel in Bjørnevatn, Norway, is one of many ice hotels around the world.
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hyperallergic Feb 20
The whaling industry was an important economic force in both the United States and Japan, but each society captured the subject matter very differently in art.
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Michele Bogart Feb 20
Met this artist. He does cool stuff. Artist Michael Rakowitz Reveals the Iraq War’s Many Wounds via
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