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Art Farm

AS WE SLEEP Michael Paha at Perimeter Gallery Nature has been a pretty marginal topic in contemporary art. When it does come up it tends to be treated with a certain cynical fatalism–not that there isn’t cause for such an attitude. Even National Geographic has gotten depressing lately. In Michael Paha’s newest living sculptural environment, […]

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Waiting for Eternity

LATINA ART: SHOWCASE ’87 at the Mexican Fine Arts Center Heroic art hangs here. This show is balm for cynical souls, not just another sop to a minority. Serenity permeates it even as the work confronts evil. You don’t look at Animas colgantes, but down into it as if peering at a dungeon. It’s an […]