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"Wild Flowers" Is a Reminder That the World Is Still Blooming

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Jun 8, 2021 • View in browser
Good morning. 🌧
This week, a stained glass saint by Kehinde Wiley goes on display in the UK, India’s vibrant truck art, and an exhibition pairs the art of Hannah Wilke and Eva Hesse.
— Hrag Vartanian, editor-in-chief

Stained Glass Portrait by Kehinde Wiley Lights Up a UK Cathedral
Latest News
The ninth week of the "Strike MoMA" protests at the Museum of Modern Art in New York
The ninth week of the "Strike MoMA" protests at the Museum of Modern Art in New York
Art
On Grieving and Mourning With Art
India’s Vibrant and Idiosyncratic Truck Art
Opinions
What Do Dale Chihuly’s Sculptures Tell Us in Postcolonial Singapore?
Latest Reviews
Joel Meyerowitz's "Wild Flowers" Is a Reminder That the World Is Still Blooming
An Exhibition Trembles With Black Spiritualities
What to Watch
The Post-Communist Cinematic Landscape of Eastern Europe
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