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The Political Resonance of Contemporary Sculpture

  The Political Resonance of Contemporary Sculpture  at Luhring Augustine posits contemporary sculpture as a corrective to politically regressive monuments in the United States. Installation view, Sculpture, Luhring Augustine Bushwick (courtesy of the artists and Luhring Augustine, New York, photo by Farzad Owrang) Monuments can be dangerous. They can wake the dead. At a time when Confederate and colonialist monuments are being debated and removed, contemporary sculpture has the... [more]
Posted by Jillian McManemin on 4/16