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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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ArtArt Review

Art Review

Amid community trauma, ‘Elegies’ at MoAD holds space for poignant beauty

Everyday objects take on meaning beyond the ordinary, bridging art history and contemporary culture to heal loss

Unexpected reveries, as physical meets otherworldly in ‘Antidote’

Provocative group show at Aggregate Space Gallery features mechanically raked Zen garden, texture-mapped CGI women

Enter Aimée Beaubien’s delightfully messy, exuberant ‘Matter in the Hothouse’

At SF Camerawork, the artist weaves and transforms her photographs into an immersive, otherworldly garden

Time slips to dizzying photographic effect in ‘Considered Interactions’

A Casemore Kirkeby, dark humor points to the frustrating and curious challenge of seeking to capture something already changing.

Christine Elfman’s anthotypes enter the slippery space between momentary and eternal 

In 'All solid shapes dissolve in light' at EUQINOM, lichen dyes bring forth ethereal lavenders, and month-long exposures demonstrate care

At MoAD, spring brings ghost-riding ‘Traumanauts,’ striking tapestries, haunting elegies

Afrofuturism meets 19th-century preservation and 21st-century sorrow in latest shows on view

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