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Blair Schulman is an art writer, critic and independent curator. Past exhibitions have discussed the social issues of HIV/AIDS and the history of cruising for sex. Blair's writing has appeared in Art in America, HuffPost Culture & Arts. Hyperallergic, Kansas City Star, Juxtapoz, VICE, and was a longtime contributor to the late Review magazine. In 2015, he and InformalityBlog founder Melaney Mitchell developed Guerrilla Docents, a social art practice engaging strangers off the street, taking them into galleries to discuss art where the opportunity might not otherwise be present. Blair participated in the 2012 Oklahoma Art Writing and Curatorial Fellowship presented by OVAC (Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition) and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
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Spanish Colonial culture is at the core of Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez’ practice. She lays bare a centuries-old history that is neither diluted nor forgotten but …

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Holiday Studio and Member Artist Showcase InterUrban ArtHouse 8001 Newton St, Overland Park, KS 66204 Friday, December 7, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Join …

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Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez Informed by feminism and minimalism, her art is influenced by North and South American cultural forms that fuse and cross-pollinate. Speaking through …

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F R I D A Y A Periodic Table: Imagined Spaces Friday 5:00 – 8:00 pm Carter Art Center 3201 Southwest Trafficway Kansas City, …

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One of the many takeaways from Linda Lighton’s work is mankind’s pursuit of ownership and power through the guise of glossy weaponry. Lighton’s sculptural …

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For Recreational Serenetorium, Monica Dixon and Annie Woodfill are commanding the space and determining the “tyranny of perspective.” In macro terms, these artists command …

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Anxious Abstraction at Nerman MoCA opens doors of perception to our anxieties in a culture already fraught with tension. The work invites scholarship and …

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There is no end of the world. It’s one long, calcifying note of endurance that goes on until we are lulled into a vortex …

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Through the Eyes Of Picasso examines how the artist consumed the mysticism and ceremonial icons of Africa, Oceania and the Americas to extrapolate his …

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In the main room of Peregrine Honig’s new space, Greenwood Social Hall, I sat around a table with Honig, All Is Fair’s Christian Mitchell …

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