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  • Essay

    Abed Elmajid Shalabi: In the Distance 

    For Shalabi, the exhibition considers a post-oil future of the Arab world, a time at which we have yet to arrive. This anticipation is only…

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    The Irony of Capacity: A Dark, Black Comedy

    Words fail, and then the fun begins. In his solo show at Hamiltonian Artists, Kyrae Dawaun tightly weaves concept, narrative, craft, and form into a river-of-consciousness…

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    Ara Koh: Grounding; Grounded; Ground

    On a recent visit to ceramicist Ara Koh’s studio, I observed a brief exchange between a deaf visitor, her translator, and the artist. The visitor…

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    Matthew Russo: Practiced Play

    Do we need to practice playing? Are we still too often stressed with work? Even in our free time, it seems we chase outcomes, simulate,…

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    María Luz Bravo: Glimpse, Gathered

    Good artists are always foreigners. I don’t mean in regards to the soil they come from; rather in the ways in which they relate to…

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    Mining the Mines

    Stephanie Garon is uniquely prepared to mine the residue and history of a spurious “gold rush,” in northern Maine, of all places. I’ve been to…

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    More than This: The Art of Jason Bulluck

    Jason Bulluck’s exhibition and all the work included under its title Let’s Believe Brief Utopias proceed from the foundational premise that the privileged site of…