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Winter Quarter (Jan./Feb./Mar.) 2021 Reviews

"New Work/New Year"
MARIWYN CURTIN examines pandemic-influenced production from 15 artists at the David Klein Gallery in Detroit.


"Paint Piles" by Natalie Lanese

K.A. LETTS considers the work of leading Ohio artist Natalie Lanese at River House Arts in Toledo.


Warriors of the Apocalypse
NATHAN WORCESTER takes in Bryan Sperry’s dystopian vision at the artist’s Pilsen studio and gallery.


"Image Workers" at Elastic Arts

EVAN CARTER explores Robert Chase Heishman’s outsourced image production at Elastic Arts.


Other Hues of Blue: A Pandemic-Era Biennial in Atlanta

TENLEY BICK reviews the Atlanta Biennial, which encompasses a broader definition of contemporary work and concerns in the American Southeast.

"Already Gone" Seven Paintings by Adam Daley Wilson

MICHEL SEGARD discusses the embedded political meanings of Adam Daley Wilson's work at Chicago's Aspect/Ratio.

 

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