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Explores the intersections between people and the natural environment; delving into the complexity of humanity's relationships with the landscape through the work of contemporary artists who use living plants in their art.
Throughout her artistic practice, Shahzia Sikander culls and explores elements of Indo-Persian miniature paintings, interweaving references to the past with reflections on everyday life and its contemporary forms.
Showcasing the breadth of talent and excellence embodied by MassArt's artists and designers, this exhibition features the work of 64 international artists working in a range of disciplines – from sculpture to graphic and fashion design to photography.
Through artistic media as diverse as printmaking, drawing, painting, and filmmaking, William Kentridge critically examines aspects of his native South African society and the aftermath of apartheid.
The messages in Graphic Intervention deftly champion pertinent sociopolitical issues –disease research and eradication, world health, international relations, sexual education, social prejudices, and discrimination – in a remarkable way.