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Weekend: Mary Weatherford, Elizabeth Gray, Robert Hershon, and more

Jan 9, 2021 • View in browser
From the sight of the Confederate flag being waved inside the US Capitol to Reverend Raphael Warnock winning the United States Senate special election in Georgia to become the first African American to represent the southern state in the Senate, the events of the past week are further proof that America is at a crossroads. Do we perpetuate the forces of collective amnesia and the comforts offered by a post-truth society or do we continue to work to tear them down, however discomforting that might be.
— John Yau, Co-Editor, Hyperallergic Weekend

Some Thoughts About England’s Obsession With Portraits
Melancholy in Black and Neon
Missives From the War to End All Wars
Did You Know That Robert Hershon Is a Major Poet?
Artists Quarantine With Their Art Collections
Required Reading
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