Emily Noelle Lambert Featured in ArtMaze Magazine

Emily Noelle Lambert Featured in ArtMaze Magazine

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Life, death, growth, beauty and destruction. I want to capture it all in my paintings and sculptures. Currently working on an installation bringing all of this into one. It is an art/life journey. I bring this search into my process – the search is the process. Exuberance towards color and materiality in the face of all gets in the way. I move between figuration, abstraction, and landscape as I believe that
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Amir H. Fallah Exhibiting at MOCA Tucson

Amir H. Fallah Exhibiting at MOCA Tucson

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The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson (MOCA Tucson) is pleased to present Blessed Be: Mysticism, Spirituality, and the Occult in Contemporary Art, a curated exhibition by Ginger Shulick Porcella exploring religion, ritual, cult mentality, and the human impulse to belong and participate, as viewed through the lens of cultural production. This exhibition examines the relationship between “cult” and “culture” and how the museum space, like sites of worship, are places for sustained,
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Erin O’Keefe Featured in the Wing’s Feminist Salon Program in NYC

Erin O’Keefe Featured in the Wing’s Feminist Salon Program in NYC

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With its rose-hued walls and girl-power programming, the Wing has become something of a legend in its own time. Since the club first opened in Manhattan’s Flatiron District in 2016, it has been regularly revered, occasionally mocked (all that pink!), and even investigated by a human rights group for its women-only policy. But the Wing, which now counts four locations in New York City
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Future Retrieval Exhibiting at American Museum of Ceramics in Los Angeles

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at American Museum of Ceramics in Los Angeles

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Humor, as E.B. White suggests, is often an uncooperative topic to explore critically. Like our bodies, it is idiosyncratic, can be awkward, weird or surprising, and it can be uncomfortable to scrutinize too closely. Yet much of the art of the 20th century depended upon it. Where would we be today without the rapier wit of the Dadaists, the irony of Pop, the subversive attitude
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Michael Mandiberg and Jordan Tate Exhibiting at Zygote Press in Cleveland

Michael Mandiberg and Jordan Tate Exhibiting at Zygote Press in Cleveland

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The printed broadside has been an important vehicle for information in Western culture since Gutenberg invented movable type, and has kept the printing press front and center in the transmission of ideas among social communities since that time. This exhibition examines both new and existing works: contemporary broadsides, printed posters and ephemera that dialogue with the idea of social justice. Many of the artists will be working in print media, but
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