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Scratching Beneath the Surface of Identity-Based Group Shows

Scratching Beneath the Surface of Identity-Based Group Shows

Bruce Yonemoto, “Untitled, 1” (2023) in the exhibition Scratching at the Moon” at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (courtesy the artist and O-Town House, Los Angeles) From the title of Sharon Mizota’s article “Asian-American Art Is Plagued by Generational Amnesia,” published in Hyperallergic on March 19, through the many paragraphs where she describes her …

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Marian Zazeela, Artist Behind Dizzying Drawings and Transcendent Light Shows, Dies at 83

Marian Zazeela, Artist Behind Dizzying Drawings and Transcendent Light Shows, Dies at 83

Marian Zazeela, an artist whose abstract drawings and light installations envisioned dream states, died at her home in New York at 83 on Thursday. The MELA Foundation, an organization she cofounded with her partner, the artist La Monte Young, announced her passing on Friday, saying she died of natural causes while sleeping. Zazeela produced work …

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