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Tanja Softic: Migrant Universe

Tanja Softic: Migrant Universe at the Tufts University Aidekman Arts Center Gallery is a solo exhibition comprised of ten works on paper done on acrylic, charcoal, chalk, and graphite on Japanese paper that has been gessoed, sanded, stained with pigment … Continue reading

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Duane Michal’s The Return of the Prodigal Son

  Michals’ work is a modern interpretation of the age-old tale of unconditional love and forgiveness, so popular within the tradition of Western art history. Photography’s ability to illustrate sequence is used to the greatest effect in Michals’ telling of … Continue reading

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DAC Artful Lunch w/ Professor of Art, Kate Ten Eyck

Last week at the DAC Artful Lunch Series, Professor of Art Kate Ten Eyck shared one of her favorite pieces from the collection with a group of students, faculty, and staff in the historic Alsop House. Boo Hoo is a linocut … Continue reading

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Performance Art II

The Happening In Allan Kaprow’s essay “The Legacy of Jackson Pollack,” he comes to the conclusion that following the revolutionary work of Pollack, painting could progress no further and should be completely absorbed by the environment. Artists should henceforth see … Continue reading

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