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Aaron Schuman’s SLANT @ Poetry Foundation

SLANT (2019), photographer Aaron Schuman’s new book, combines documentary photography with found poetry excerpted from the newspaper police blotter of Amherst, Massachusetts—an archetypal New England town known for its quaint scenery and for being the birthplace of poet Emily Dickinson. Schuman, a native of the nearby college town of Northhampton, […]

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Blackest Night at SCAD Museum of Art @ Hyperallergic

SAVANNAH, Georgia — “Greetings from New Davonhaime,” declares a postcard featuring three oversize slices of cheese pizza floating in a galaxy of sparkles, darkly overlaid across a faint background of checkered picnic blanket in a grassy, tree-lined field. The card is one of an assortment available for visitors to Blackest […]

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Blind House at UMIH Gallery @Hyperallergic

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — An old proverb holds that eyes are the windows to the soul. A collection of images by Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz, on display in  Blind House: Utopia and Dystopia in the Age of Radical Transparency, seems to extend this sentiment to architectural spaces, making a […]

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Ancient Color at UM’s Kelsey Museum of Archaeology @ Hyperallergic

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Much like dinosaurs having feathers, the fact that ancient Roman statuary was tricked out in bright paint colors is a truth difficult to digest for those of us accustomed to seeing austere unfinished marble in museums (like thinking of dinosaurs as fearsome mega-lizards rather than angry […]

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