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Over the past four decades, Luis Cruz Azaceta has continued to mine the vast possibilities of expressionism — a style that often lends itself to forms of humanism, idealism, originality, and angst that feel more fitting for the 20th century than our current moment. Yet the artist is vigilant in his desire to respond to the world around him, and refuses to retreat into a formal world of mark, splatter, and structure (as so many painters of his generation did) in order to address the ever-present weight of the political.
11/1/2016
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María Magdalena Campos-Pons is one of the most significant artists to come out of post-Revolutionary Cuba—a judgment supported by the powerful presentation of her recent work at the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts.
6/27/2016
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Between 1989 and 2007, photographer David Maisel documented the transformative effects of mining on the environment in the American West.
9/23/2015
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While walking through “Warhol: Fabricated,” the exhibition of art by the great American pop artist showing at UAB through Feb. 28, pay close attention to the labels.
1/14/2015
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...before seeing Andy Warhol exhibit at AEIVA in Birmingham.
1/7/2015
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Extraordinary Warhol exhibition sets the standard for Birmingham culture in 2015.
1/7/2015
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Get ready for a Warhol wave in 2015, and not just at auction. About 40 exhibitions of that artist’s work — much of it previously unseen by the public — will be flooding university art museums and institutions.
1/4/2015
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UAB's got more than 100 Andy Warhol artworks in new exhibit at AEIVA.
11/19/2014
Read more at al.com