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Art review: By including work of mentors and mentees, MFA shows Ansel Adams’ influence

The Press Herald describes the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's "Ansel Adams in our Time" as "a rare show that considers Adams not only by showing a great deal of his own work, but by comparing it to his mentors and models, as well as a select group of artists ostensibly inspired by Adams." Among those inspired by Adams, and featured in the show, are MassArt Photography faculty Abelardo Morell, Laura McPhee, and Stephen Tourlentes. 

Chanel Thervil's ENIGMA: Reactions to Racism, open at Urbano Project on February 5

ENIGMA: reactions to Racism by Alumna Chanel Thervil '14 MAT is a mixed-media solo exhibition at Urbano Project. ENIGMA features installations of portraits, abstract works, and interviews. Thervil's exhibition is part of Urbano's curatorial series exploring the theme of Resilience and Sustainability. 

‘Poetry is Busy’ event showcases women of color

MassArt alumna Bashezo perfromed at "Poetry is Busy: En Voz Abierta/Into the Unfolded Voice” show at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts in the South End, Boston on January 25, 2019. Bashezo is a multidisciplinary installation and performance artist who blends race and queer theory with African diaspora traditions and aesthetics.

In Tampa, graphic pictures of racist attacks, white-on-black violence and hate crimes on exhibit

Jennifer Ring of Creative Loaf experiences Professor and alumnus' Steve Locke's "steve locke: the color of remembering" at Gallery 221 in Tampa, FL. The exhibition is a jarring exploration of murder and violence of African-American men in America. 


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