Pacita Abad @ Hyperallergic

What is most remarkable about the life and work of Filipina artist Pacita Abad? The expansive catalogue thataccompanies the artist’s career-spanning survey exhibition at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Pacita Abad,explores many potential answers to this question. Certainly remarkable is the singular course charted from Abad’s birth in 1946 […]

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Truth to Power – on Kate Levy @ Hyperallergic

Documentary filmmaker and installation artist Kate Levy considers herself an activist — a title often bandied about by artists these days — which Levy embodies sometimes as a participant rather than as a documentarian. “My work always has a political analysis — namely anti-exploitation and anti-racism,” Levy told Hyperallergic. “I […]

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Material/Inheritance Curator Interview @ Hyperallergic

Jewish continuity — that is, the relationship between older and younger generations of Jewish people — is always a concern within the community. The Jewish Museum of Maryland is tackling this discourse in partnership with the New Jewish Culture Fellowship (NJCF), currently presenting work byfellows and guest-curated by NJCF fellow, […]

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Home is Art – on Oren Goldenberg @ Hyperallergic

Artists are fundamentally problem solvers. They are generally understood to be solving problems of a personal-expressive nature, or perhaps ones related to community, and occasionally political or environmental problems. They are not often considered the front line for solving, say, problems of city infrastructure. But maybe they should be. If […]

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