Douglas Ross, "Vitrine," 1999. Steel, acrylic architectural glazing, concrete, rubber, hardware, latex paint, 13' x 30' x 5.5'.
“Like a museum for one object, built around an existing New York City Parks Department flag pole at Socrates Sculpture Park, LIC, NY.”
—Douglas Ross, home.bway.net/douglas/
Portland artist Damien Gilley discusses movement & perception in his installations, designed around a single viewpoint where the work completes itself.
Scholar Arlene Davila uncovers an ugly truth in the art world and society at large: diversity is not the same as the lack of racism.
In Lebanese artist Randa Mirza’s series “El-Zohra Was Not Born in a Day,” delicate dioramas speak quiet truths about ancient Arabian stories.
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