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Weekend: Amy Sherald, Katherine Bradford, Fred Eversley

May 1, 2021 • View in browser
In this weekend’s issue, the weight and weightlessness of materials and emotions are explored in reviews by Natalie Haddad, John Yau, Megan Liberty, Mengyun Han, and Gregory Volk. 
Looking back over the COVID year, Yau writes of the ways that Katherine Bradford’s new paintings convey the disconnectedness, vulnerability, and helplessness of that time, while Haddad, discussing the parabolic sculptures of the California Light and Space artist Fred Eversley, looks upon the rationalism of “Eversley’s elegant, jewel-like sculptures, as especially welcome, essential even, in times of unrest.”
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Katherine Bradford's Joy and Grief
Bearing Witness to Breonna Taylor’s Life and Death
A Year of Struggle in Words and Images
Echoes of Buddhist “Emptiness” in Contemporary Chinese Art
Fred Eversley's Joyful Light
John Lees’s All-Too-Human Paintings
Required Reading
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