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Amnesty for Art
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Amnesty for Art

Published on Cobo Social, 16 February 2017 As far as you look back in history, the arts have always interacted with the power structures of their time. Artists, writers, poets, filmmakers and musicians have been indispensible critical voices, reacting to cultural and political discourse, connecting with social movements. They can be a powerful voice of … Continue reading

A Conversation with Mickalene Thomas
Art / Interviews

A Conversation with Mickalene Thomas

Published on ocula.com, December 2016 On the third floor of the Pedder Building in Hong Kong’s CBD, a series of bright, loud, rhinestone-encrusted paintings shout and leap from the walls of Lehmann Maupin Gallery like a troupe of Folies Bergère girls. They demand attention, seducing, cajoling, and tempting the viewer to come closer. These large, densely-layered, and … Continue reading