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January 2020

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The Photography and Sculptures of Mari Katayama

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Mari Katayama’s photography uses her own body as one of her materials. Born with a rare congenital disorder, the artist had her legs amputated as a child, and at times, her sculptural work emulates the features of her body that the condition caused. The result... More »

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The Future of American Politics

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Men and women are primarily motivated by self-interest. No other partial truth has done as much damage as this one.If you base your political and social systems on the idea that the autonomous self-interested individual is the basic unit of society, then you w... More »

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The Dark Surrealist Paintings of Fred Laverne

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Tattoo artist, painter, and sculptor Fred Laverne has a dark surrealist sensibility, blending in odes to pop culture and pulp tropes into his work. The artist resides in Menton, France, and has garnered a reputation in both tattooing and fine arts, practices h... More »

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Telmo Miel Brings Collaborative Paintings to Thinkspace

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Telmo Miel, the artist duo consisting of Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann, brings their surreal, distinct collaborative work to Thinkspace Projects with a new show. “Encounters,” opening on February 1, offers several pieces created over the past year. The duo l... More »

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The Oil Paintings of Reza Bahmani

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Reza Bahmani’s oil paintings, with each’s distinctive texture and scale, carry a distinct intimacy. In his recent show at Saless Gallery an accompanying score that required the use of headphones further beckoned viewers to focus on the massive portraits. His ... More »

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The Murals and Paintings of Luca Ledda

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Luca Ledda’s surreal works deal with both our conception of the world and our consumption of its resources. The Turin artist offers these scenes in murals and gallery work across the globe. Recent projects include pieces in Belgium, Mexico, Bosnia, and beyond.... More »

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Game of Shrooms 2020 Arrives in June

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Game of Shrooms 2020 is coming! There’s less than five months until Game of Shrooms: Join artists and art hunters all over the world again on June 13, and follow the hashtags #gameofshrooms and #Shroomdrop on Instagram for previews from your favorite artists i... More »

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The Riveting Murals of Shozy

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Shozy’s illusionary murals use subtle techniques that enhance the life of a work. For instance, with the pieces above, packing bikes into a “hole” in the structure, uses reflective chrome paint that will change hues with the sky of the day.Treepack offers some... More »

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The ‘Dispatchwork’ Activations of Jan Vormann

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For more than a decade, Jan Vormann has used LEGOs to craft “dispatchwork” for centuries-old structures, public spaces across the globe, and other eroded areas. Within these pieces, which take hours and hours to create, he hides passageways and windows that ig... More »

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Amir H. Fallah Gets Major Solo Exhibition at MOCA Tucson

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With “Scatter My Ashes on Foreign Lands,” Amir H. Fallah’s largest solo museum exhibition is currently on display at MOCA Tucson. Exploring identity and the immigrant experience, his vibrant portraits of veiled subjects, botanical paintings examining classical... More »