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Earth Oracles at Mayten’s @ Hyperallergic

TORONTO — When ceramic artists place their hands in clay, they are echoing an expressive gesture that has been with humanity for some 20,000 years. With all that in mind, you might think there is no new ground for contemporary ceramicists — but, as Earth Oracles proves, nothing could be […]

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2022 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition @ U-M Stamps Gallery

A highly anticipated Stamps School tradition, the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition provides an opportunity for the school to support students whose creative work is recognized as exceptional by invited jurors, with awards announced on this page as the exhibition opens. Recipients will be notified via email on February 4 with information on […]

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The Cass Corridor Movement for “under-recognized art histories” @ Hyperallergic

“It never occurred to me that we would ever have an audience,” said painter Nancy Mitchnick, in a curator’s statement that accompanied a series of three exhibitions presented at Simone DeSousa Gallery in 2017. Mitchnick is referring to the Cass Corridor art movement, which took place roughly between 1960 and […]

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“BRINK” by David Butow @ Hyperallergic

In Brink (Punctum Press, 2022), photojournalist David Butow captures many critical tableaux in a visual dissection of the US political system between 2015 and 2021. There are flags and red MAGA hats, of course, and blue buttons with Hillary Clinton’s “H” logo. There are political rallies and candid portraits of […]

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Life is But a Dream @ Galerie Camille

If you’ve missed the news elsewhere, this month I’m so pleased to participate in a four-person show at Galerie Camille, Life is But a Dream. The show is conceptually arranged around participating artist Mary Fortuna, who invited myself, Scott Northrup, and Luzhen Qui to accompany her vision. Mary’s strong capacity […]

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The Blactiquing Space @ Hyperallergic

SAGINAW, Mich. — At the beginning of my guided tour through the Blactiquing Space, collector and curator Kevin Jones asked me a provocative, challenging question: Can something be racist and also be beautiful? It was just the first of many moments that evoked conflicting thoughts and emotions during my experience of […]

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