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RADAR

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¿Tienes Hambre? Friday 6:00-9;00 Front/Space 217 W 18th St Kansas City, MO 64108 Do you have hunger (¿Tienes Hambre?) is a show that looks at …

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Watershed Friday 5pm- 9pm Vulpes-Bastille 1737 Locust Street Kansas City, MO 64108 This group exhibit works towards exploring and highlight the intricacy of the …

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A Dream About My Garden Without the Smell of Dirt Friday 6pm- 9pm Front/Space 217 W 18th St. Kansas City, MO 64108 Featuring an …

WRITING

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In Patricia Moran’s article,“The Flaw in the Centre”: Writing as Hymenal Rupture in Virginia Woolf’s Work, Moran claims there is a hole in language …

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We’re all searching for who we are. We rely upon Google as an oracle to give us meaning and occasional ‘answers’. With a world …

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The Feeling is Mutual at Open House explored ideas of intimacy within our home-based relationships through various forms of new media. Photographs and video …

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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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When we first enter the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art’s retrospective of 146 photographs called  “Eugene Richards: The Run-On of Time,” it is through …

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In her retrospective, Nkame, at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Belkis Ayón offers a feminist perspective on an Abaku mythology, myths that have …

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There is a link between Well Loved Ones, Melissa McGrath’s solo show at PLUG Projects and the recent group exhibition at La Esquina All …

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Editor’s Note: This essay started with conversation between the Peyton Pitts and Emily Cox following the exhibition — All Tomorrow’s Parties — at La …

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Currently on view at the H&R Block Artspace is artist Dannielle Tegeder’s (New York,NY) exhibition, Chroma Machine Suite: Forecasting Fault Lines in the Cosmos. …

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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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Philip Bakala and Emily Wilker are studio neighbors at Vulpes Bastille in the East Crossroads. They have a longstanding relationship with one another’s studio …

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