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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 …

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Teetering on the knife edge of our ecosystem’s collapse, there is a slow-churning sensuality in There/Then, Travis Pratt’s new paintings at Greenlease Gallery  Are …

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Drea DiCarlo talks to San Francisco-based Kayla Quan about the complexities of race and ethnicity in her lighthearted and facetious illustrations, prints, and zines. …

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Trey Hock’s recent exhibition The Mirror Self.ie was curated in a space centered around one particular, yet unlikely public installation of a makeshift two-walled bathroom. …

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  Sam Stevens speaks with Silvia Beatriz Abisaab about intimately connecting and collaborating with her subjects through photography and conversation, and more recently, sharing …

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Camile Messerley discusses materials, process, and ephemerality with Enzo Antonio Moscarella, who assembles new icons out of everyday materials, such as rice and beans, …

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Amy Hixson talks to Jacquelyn Carmen Guerrero about reclaiming a space for queer bodies of color through her ornate fiber installations and experimental performances. …

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Natalie Spicker speaks to Melissa Leandro, based in Chicago, about dissecting and fusing cultural identity through abstract narratives and experimental textile processes. Using process …

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Mary Kuvet talks to Kansas City-based artist Carlos Ortiz-Gallo about the loss, longing, and frustration of the immigrant experience in the United States the …

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Issac Logsdon speaks with New York-based artist Maya Grace Misra about highlighting the marginalization and exploitation of People of Color in American History in …

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Justin Beachler has maintained an internet persona that, through an endless visual and hashtag time suck, evokes an addict-like deadhead figure that oozes pitiful, basement masculinity. …

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This piece of writing is related to a review segment in Roof Chill Episode 2* The labor of looking, slow looking, is a meditative process …

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I profess a bias in my analysis of Beachler; he became a friend whose work I have been following and discussing for several years, …

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