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Daniel Chase and Patricia Graham Resonant Frequency: “I” As Numerous Shifts Front/Space 217 W 18th Street, KCMO 64108 6:00 – 9:00 pm Visual artists …

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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 …

WRITING

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Katie Hargraves discovers hopefully timeless cultural cues and science fiction as a potential site for renewed communication in her analysis of the work of …

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Our current political climate has brought us to state of deliriousness. We resist these forces of political immorality while becoming passive to its effect …

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I know you like to line dance Everything so democratic and cool But baby there’s no guidance When the random rules – The Silver …

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When I first encountered Gerry Trilling’s artwork in her studio at Studios, Inc., I came face to face with a fuzzy pink rug that …

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Modern day Dadaist Oli Watt is known for his comments on the current questioning many millennials have regarding the value of a college education …

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Y’tulip, y’tulip, y’pea brained earwig Y’punk, y’silver tongued snake I’d rather make furniture than go to midnight mass  – Wire, from the Snakedrill EP …

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Baseera Khan just had her first solo show in New York City, iamuslima. Khan presented work that packages her social and personal identities with …

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I first encountered Lyndon Barrois Jr.’s work at the CAMSTL where his installation Of Color was exhibited. In the gallery was half a basketball …

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There is a noticeable recurrence in the art press comparing Rashid Johnson with Jean-Michel Basquiat. A 2015 Johnson review in Pahaidon, and again in …

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Walking through the Nelson-Atkin’s contemporary wing, you could hear the gently building reverberation of Janet Cardiff’s 40-Part Motet. This sound piece and Multitude, Solitude: …

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The invitation to peer inside women’s underwear is hard to resist. Strewn across the gallery wall, the ceramic artist Misty Gamble’s confrontational “Blue Sunday” …

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Catherine Futter, the Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, spoke to me about her process of planning exhibitions and finding …

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