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Weekend: Angela Dufresne Tells a Different Story

Feb 20, 2021 • View in browser
As natural disasters, social and economic strife, and entirely avoidable COVID deaths continue to befall our world on a daily basis, we work toward healing as well.
Art’s capacity to both enlighten and console is lovingly expressed in this weekend’s edition of Stephen Maine’s series Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections. As artist Rusudan Khizanishvili says of the etching “Capitoline Wolf” (2019) by Nina Savenko, “This tiny piece is full of human tragedy, tears, fear, and injustice. […] I always want to remember that preserving our shared humanity is our duty. This image really keeps me awake and I am glad of that.”
– Natalie Haddad, Co-Editor, Hyperallergic Weekend

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