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    Irving Penn
    Irving Penn Photographism
    Jan 8 – Feb 13, 2021

    Spanning from 1939 to the early 2000s, the works in this exhibition is accompanied by rarely seen archival materials and preparatory sketches, which articulate Irving Penn’s notion of “photographism.”

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    Tim Eitel / Untitled (Interior)
    Nov 25 2020 – Jan 30, 2021

    Tim Eitel’s depictions of isolated figures in contemporary public spaces are subjective windows onto our own experience, and at the same time objective scenes relayed through another kind of window.

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    Marion S. Trikosko
    Martin Luther King Jr.
    MLK & the Civil Rights Movement

    American civil inequities have been transformed into legal institutionalized violence and continues today; the very notion of equality as an ideal coming under attack, even by its very governing body.

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    Newsha Tavakolian / For The Sake of Calmness
    For The Sake of Calmness
    Newsha Tavakolian

    “Landscape provides the backdrop for my visual narrative while sound intertwined with my monologue adds a third dimension to my portrayal speaking of the contradiction of being unmoored.” –Tavakolian

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    Alessandra Sanguinetti
    Welcome to the Castle
    Photobooks of the Year 2020

    It is first of all necessary to identify the features of the discourses and the desires which have led us to this grim and demoralizing pass, where class has disappeared, but moralism is everywhere.

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    Kim Colin and Sam Hecht / Fronda Stool
    Beazley Designs of the Year
    Through March 28, 2021

    Beazley Designs of the Year highlights the innovations across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product, & graphic design, as nominated by the public and design experts from around the world.

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